The Geneva Human Rights Platform (GHRP) Training Hub organizes training courses – in Geneva and online – on the work of United Nations (UN) human rights mechanisms and on specific human rights issues like the protection of human rights and the environment or human rights and the Sustainable Development Goals. It also provides customized training courses for international organizations, NGOs, governments, or National Human Rights Institutions.
Relying on our wide network of international experts and practitioners, both formulas provide participants with practical knowledge and insight into the functioning of UN human rights mechanisms.
A combination of theory and practical exercises conducted under the guidance of our lead trainers allows participants to put to test the knowledge acquired in order to enhance their future participation and engagement with the Geneva-based human rights mechanisms.
All participants in our training course have access – ahead, during and following their course – to a dedicated community platform (on Mighty Network). This community brings together all the participants of our courses who have unlimited access to the training materials and resources shared during the course and can exchange with all the GHRP Training Hub alumni.
I find myself greatly enriched by the diverse set of topics covered in this course. The course was extremely well curated covering nearly all significant topics relating to women’s human rights. Each session was distinct in its coverage of a specific topic and the course instructor as well as the guest speakers displayed impressive depth of knowledge of the topics they presented along with evidence of their practical field experiences of working in dedicated areas of women’s human rights.