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Investigating, monitoring and reporting on human rights violations
This course aims to develop the skills of conducting and reporting impartial and accurate research into human rights abuses. It will be of benefit to anybody in NGOs and other groups promoting rights-based advocacy or seeking to defend human rights.

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Campaigning for access to information
The right of access to information is a crucial human right. A number of different terms are used to describe the same right: freedom of information, right to information, right to know and access to information.

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Practical Financial Management for NGOs
Alex Jacobs, Terry Lewis
The aim of this course is to make financial management accessible and useful. It will be of particular interest to non-finance staff: project officers, programme managers, senior managers and board members of not-for-profit organisations.

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Management for Change
An Online Course for Southern NGOs
Anne Harley, John Vaughan
Probably the greatest challenge to building organisations that are both sustainable and effective in achieving their goals is how to develop leadership and management skills throughout the organisation.

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Proposals that make a difference
Proposals that make a difference was developed to help not-for-profit organisations to write effective grant proposals.

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La rédaction, instrument de changement
Writing for Change
Do you find writing a chore? Do you spend hours looking at a blank sheet of paper, wondering how to start? Then Writing for Change can help.

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The Burden of Peace
Women Speak in the Aftermath of Kenya's Post-Election Crisis
Peace has returned to Kenya after the violence that erupted in the wake of the disputed elections in 2007. Yet for many of the country's women – killed or widowed, maimed and gang-raped, displaced and dispossessed – this is not their peace.

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Role of the media in the Rwandan genocide
The 1994 genocide in Rwanda provides a telling case study of two quite separate roles for media in a conflict situation. Among the most appalling catastrophes of the 20th century, the media played a significant part in the course of events.

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The winner of the 2009 Radio for Peacebuilding Africa Awards, Crossroads is a six-episode serial radio drama exploring issues related to the African Union Protocol to the African Charter on Human and People's Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa.

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Using the Internet for Advocacy and Research
Charles Lewis
This course is designed to help people use the internet for advocacy, and will be of particular interest to NGOs and grassroots groups, trainers, activists, organisers and researchers working in the field of human rights and advocacy.

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