The Global Campus of Human Rights (GC) has launched the second edition of its Massive Open Online Course on Gender-Based Violence in the Context of Migration. The course provides participants with knowledge, various perspectives and examples of practices that can assist them in developing and reinforcing their critical understanding and effective action in a field that is at the intersection of gender, migration and human rights studies.
The online course is led by a team of Global Campus Professors from the EMA and APMA Regional Masters in Human Rights and Democratisation.
Enrolment is free and available on gchumanrights.org/mooc-gbv until 30 June.
The Centre for Refugee Studies at York University in Toronto, Canada, is offering its annual Summer Course on Refugees and Forced Migration from May 8-12, 2017.
For more information, and to apply, please visit their website here.
The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) has produced a four-part free webinar series about refugee mental health and made it available for viewing online at any time. Each webinar is designed to provide people and organizations with information, tools and resources that can inform our work with Syrian refugees and other marginalized populations.
International People’s Health University (IPHU) Course
People’s Health Movement, Health Alliance International & the Somali Health Board
present a two-day short course about health activism
THE STRUGGLE FOR HEALTH
Immigrant & Refugee Rights and Mental Health
April 21 – 22, 2016
9am – 5pm
Ethnic Cultural Center
University of Washington, Seattle, WA
This free, two-day course will cover primary health care, political economy of health, mental health, and social determinants of health through the lens of immigrant and refugee experiences both in Seattle and in a global context.
For additional information and to register go to: http://www.healthallianceinternational.org/iphu/
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