Indigenous Peoples’ Rights and Projects e-learning program
Community Insights Group and the University of Strathclyde are pleased to launch the Indigenous Peoples’ Rights and Projects e-learning program.
Course start date: 07 November 2022
Course end date: 03 December 2022
Applications can be made up to: 23 October 2022
Fee: GBP 500
10 self-paced sessions over 4 weeks take participants on a journey of understanding and developing respect for Indigenous Peoples’ rights in the context of projects taking place in or near the lands and waters they use or have traditionally occupied, while enabling access to tools to be used in the workplace. Topics covered include:
Who are Indigenous Peoples?
International legal frameworks, standards and Indigenous rights;
Indigenous rights in national contexts;
Consultation & FPIC;
ESIAs for projects on Indigenous lands and waters;
Indigenous cultural heritage impacts;
and Indigenous defenders.
All sessions include interviews with and contributions from practitioners with deep expertise in the field to explain key concepts and share their experiences.
We have drawn on the success of our (lengthier) Social Impact Assessment e-learning program and designed this short, focused course in response to increasing participant requests to develop their skills in recognising and responding to the rights of Indigenous Peoples affected by projects.
For more information please see the course brochure here or contact Suelen Haidar: firstname.lastname@example.org
To register, please go to the University of Strathclyde website in this link.