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Advanced Human Rights Course: Effective and Accountable Policing in Africa

Course date: 21 - 25 May 2018

The Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, will host an advanced course on Effective and Accountable Policing in Africa, which will run from 21 to 25 May 2018 and will take place at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. 

Apply for this course online

Venue:
Graduate Centre, University of Pretoria Main Campus

About the course

In partnership with the African Policing Civilian Oversight Forum (APCOF), the Centre for Human Rights will host a five-day intensive short course examining the international human rights standards, comparative good practice and emerging continental trends surrounding policing in Africa. 
 
Linked with a new research agenda on Freedom from Violence (with which the University of Pretoria is pioneering an international research collaboration), this course will draw upon longstanding expertise around human rights and policing (particularly use of force), and look to combine with the imperative of SDG 16 to build up effective, accountable and inclusive institutions to reduce levels of violence. One key institution, in this regard, is the police. 
 

Brochure

Topics include

The programme will cover the following topics:

  • Theories, Challenges and Opportunities for accountable policing
  • International standards for policing
  • Internal & external oversight mechanisms
  • Use of force in law enforcement
  • Management of assemblies (“public order policing”)
  • Forensic investigation
  • Police corruption
  • Torture/custody visits
  • Discrimination & Vulnerability
  • Evidence-based policing

Particpants

This is a high-level course, particularly designed for practitioners working in the field of police accountability and oversight in Africa. Applications from judicial officers, post-graduate students with a relevant research focus, government officials responsible for relevant issues, and members of civil society groups experienced in and engaged with the issues are encouraged.

Applicants from around the world are invited. However, the course will have an African focus, and will be aimed at equipping African experts to play a stronger role in international discussions around these topics. Applicants from African countries are therefore in particular encouraged to apply, as are young scholars.

Presenters

Course presenters will include the former UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, the Director of African Policing Civilian Oversight Forum and several other leading experts in the field of police use of force and accountability.

Fees

The course fee is ZAR 3000 (US $450). This fee covers tuition, course materials, teas and lunch for the duration of the course.

The fee excludes transport and accommodation costs, which participants must arrange.

Applications

Applicants are required to apply online for this course.

Please note that in order to apply for any of the Advanced Human Rights Courses, you are required to hava a Google Gmail account.

Important Notice: A high proficiency in English is required to attend these courses. All lectures and materials are in English.

Deadline for applications

  • Local Applicants: 15 May 2018
  • International Applicants:  10 May 2018

Documents to be submitted

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • One Letter of Recommendation
  • Academic Records (Students only)

Partial Scholarships

A maximum of 30 students are admitted per year. Admission is competitive.

Applicants must indicate on the online application form whether they wish to apply for a partial scholarship and provide sufficient motivation substantiating why they require financial assistance.

Applicants must also indicate whether they would still like to be considered for admission in the event that they are not granted a partial scholarship.

Partners

This course is presented by the Advanced Human Rrights Courses programme, in collaboration with the Institute for International and Comparartive Law (ICLA), University of Pretoria and the African Policing Civilian Oversight (APCOF) .

Contact

For more information, please contact:

  • Dennis Antwi
    Programme Manager: Advanced Human Rights Courses
    Tel: +27 (0) 12 420 4197
    This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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