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for change courses
in association with the University of Oxford, has pioneered and
field-tested a unique and innovative approach to capacity building
of civil society organisation using CDROMs, workshops and the Internet
in a programme known as Adilisha (Kiswahili for teaching or promoting
justice). The Adilisha Project has now come to an end and we are
now seeking to make these courses widely available internationally.
courses are available?
to human rights
monitoring and reporting on human rights violations
- Action for
change: advocacy and citizen participation (in preparation)
and management for change
- Finance for
the non-financial manager
and resource mobilisation
- Using the
internet for research and advocacy
an online course on effective writing
these courses developed?
courses were developed as a result of extensive consultations and
field surveys of the training needs of human rights and other advocacy
organisations conducted by Fahamu and the University of Oxford in
Southern and Eastern Africa.
unique and innovative approach to distance learning.
provide all course materials on interactive CDROMs specially designed
for users in human rights and civil society organisations. The CDROMs
have been carefully designed and field-tested to ensure ease of
use and effective learning.
is no requirement to be connected to the Internet except for sending
and receiving emails.
study while remaining at work. They study one hour a day using the
CDROMs and are guided through their work by a course tutor via email.
They participate in online discussions with other students and their
tutors using a private email-based discussion list.
For more information:
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Website - http://www.fahamu.org/
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