folder Human Rights in the Middle East & North Africa

47 pp. PDF/DOC. Also in Arabic.

Documents

pdf An Introduction to Human Rights in MENA – a Guide for NGOs [Arabic] (.pdf)

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HumanRightsArabic-2011.pdf

Localized into Arabic (50 pp.).

Anass Bendrif, Sahira al Karaguly, Mohammadi Laghzaoui, Esmah Lahlah, Maeve Moynihan, Alice Nderitu, Joelle Rizk, Maytham Al Zubaidi.
Arabic Editor: Sem Abdellatif
2nd edition, September 2011. First published 2010.

pdf An Introduction to Human Rights in MENA – a Guide for NGOs [English] (.pdf) Popular

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HumanRights-2011.pdf

This manual is designed to help NGOs in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) who may be interested in the field of Human Rights but feel that they do not know enough about it or where to start. Sections include:

  • Understanding the Problem
  • The Skills a Human Rights NGO needs
  • Building Cultures that favour Human Rights
  • Interventions
  • Working in Co-operation
  • Helping the Damaged
  • Further information (web links)

Anass Bendrif, Sahira al Karaguly, Mohammadi Laghzaoui, Esmah Lahlah, Maeve Moynihan, Alice Nderitu, Joelle Rizk, Maytham Al Zubaidi.
2nd edition April 2011. First published 2009

document An Introduction to Human Rights in MENA – a Guide for NGOs [English] (.doc) Popular

2428 downloads

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HumanRights-2011.doc

DOC version (editable)

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