Executive Training on Civil Aspects of International Child Protection (ICPT) (2023)
|Location||Geneva, Lake Geneva region, Switzerland|
|Deadline||18 January 2024|
An interdisciplinary and comprehensive executive training programme addressing the complexities of international child protection, encompassing legal issues, collaborative justice, and protective mechanisms, catering to professionals seeking to advance their knowledge in this field
Professionals of child protection and related areas; Legislators on child protection and related areas (i[.]e. City of Geneva, Canton of Geneva, Swiss Confederation); Ombuds Office Children's Rights Switzerland; Researchers on child protection and related areas, PhD candidates // MAS and CAS participants on child protection and related areas; Embassies; Consulates; UN Permanent Missions; International Organisations; Governmental authorities; Courts; Notaries; Child Protection Services.
acquire deeper and transversal knowledge on the research, policy and practice in the field of international child protection, with particular focus on the selected topics
Prof. Paolo ROMANO, Private International Law Department and Dr Roberta RUGGIERO, Children’s Rights Academy, University of Geneva
Dynamic methods combining lectures, group discussions and workshops allowing interaction between theory and practice.
The Certificate of Attendance for the Short Course "Training on Civil Aspects of International Child Protection (ICPT)" is awarded by the Centre for Children's Rights Studies of the University of Geneva to participants having met the necessary requirements.
The programme is open to anyone interested in international child protection and does not require a legal background.
Any withdrawal before the start of the programme will incur an administration fee of CHF 150.-. Fees will be payable in full once the course has begun.
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