2004 Training-of-Trainers Workshop:
HUMAN RIGHTS as a tool for ORGANIZING



Wednesday July 28th thru Sunday August 1st

Cultural Diversity Resources
Human Rights Center
Fargo, ND


WHO SHOULD APPLY:
• Educators, students, community organizers, social activists, or those engaged in human rights training in the United States.
• A particular interest exists for the participation of minorities and refugee/Immigrants.

WORKSHOP GOALS:
• To practice deep listening and understanding of diverse perspectives and experiences with regard to the role organizing plays in our life and work
• To share effective techniques and processes for building healthy communities and alliances for organizing
• To enhance understanding about methodologies used in human rights education
• To expose the diverse ways human rights education is occurring in the United States
• To explore the connection between human rights education and community organizing theory and practices
• To expand knowledge of human rights framework, concepts, theory, and practice
• To share human rights education, and organizing, materials and strategies for training and advocacy
• To explore effective practices for facilitating conflicts
• To increase the network of qualified human rights trainers in the United States


FEES/SCHOLARSHIPS:
Cost to attend Training of Trainers (TOT) will be $235. This fee will cover $400 of Human Rights Education books and materials for each participant, supplies, and meals for the five-day training. Check or money order can be made payable to Cultural Diversity Resources.

Thanks to the contribution of Headwaters Foundation, Cultural Diversity Resources will offer scholarships. For more information about scholarships please contact Tai Leathers at Cultural Diversity Resources, (701) 526-3000.


APPLICATION PROCEDURES:
Mail or bring completed application by July 9th 2004 to:

Training of Trainers
C/o Tammie Yak
Cultural Diversity Resources
303 North Roberts Street
Fargo, ND 58102


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