MINELRES: UNITED: CfA: OSCE training on preventing hate crimes

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Thu Mar 20 09:55:49 2008


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UNITED E-news 17-03-2008

Training for civil society representatives on how to prevent and to
respond to hate crimes
Organiser: OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights
Where: Warsaw, Poland
Dates: May 31 - June 2, 2008
Language: English
Participation fee: No
Travelcosts: will be sponsored by OSCE for selected participants

Deadline for nomination: 31 March 2008
Application form: http://tandis.odihr.pl/index.php?p=cs,train


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Subject: Call for applicants

The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights will
organize on May 31-June 2, 2008 a training for civil society
representatives on how to prevent and to respond to hate crimes in
Warsaw, Poland.

This two and a half day training will provide civil society
organizations with a menu of tools to build a more effective response to
hate violence. Using techniques modeled in the training, NGOs will craft
and implement strategies tailored to individual country and community
challenges. Civil society participants will be trained on a variety of
models; from establishing partnerships with officials, to monitoring,
and victim support. The training will include lecture, group
discussions, interactive activities, and small group work covering all
the major topic areas in the resource guide. At the culmination of the
training, participants will have an opportunity to propose a small scale
project modeled on the training to implement in their community.

The training will be conducted in English.

Participants are welcome to apply online until March 31, 2008.
Additional information and application form are posted on the Tolerance
and Non-discrimination System :
http://tandis.odihr.pl/index.php?p=cs,train .

Floriane Hohenberg
Advisor on Civil Society Relations
Tolerance and Non Discrimination Programme
OSCE-ODIHR
Al. Ujazdowskie 41
00-557 Warsaw, Poland
Tel: 48 22 520 06 00 ext. 1209
Mobile: 48 605 324 488
Fax: 48 22 520 06 05
www.osce.org

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