Regional Rights Resource Team (RRRT)
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Regional Working Group on Domestic Violence Legislation
Regional High Level Dialogue: Building an international human rights implementation agenda
Regional High Level Dialogue: Building an international human rights implementation agenda: the emergence and evolution of National Mechanisms for Implementation Reporting and Follow-Up (NMIRFs) – 11-12th April 2019, Nadi, Fiji
Human Rights Communications and Education Workshop
Human Rights Communications and Education Workshop (8-10 April 2019), Nadi, Fiji
Community-led human rights campaigns off to a good start in the Pacific
Community-led human rights campaigns off to a good start in the Pacific In today’s world there are many issues close to the hearts of men and women, boys and girls. Globally, groups are uniting to bringing about change. In the Pacific it is no different…
Kiribati: Forging Ahead on Human Rights Education
RRRT Director Miles Young (left) with RRRT Kiribati Country Focal Officer Amberoti Nikora (right) and Permanent Secretary of the Kiribati Ministry of Justice, Birimaaka Tekanene (centre) on signing the MOU Bullying, social exclusion and gender balance…
Tuvalu Baseline Evaluation
RRRT is leading a team of youth to collect baseline information from the 4 schools (primary and secondary) we are piloting the Social Citizenship Education programme with, funded under the Pacific Partnership to End Violence Against Women and Girls.They…
RRRT M&E Workshop
RRRT will be delivering this workshop to teach the basics of monitoring and evaluation skills to lecturers, teachers and MOJ officials. They will be creating a framework for the measuring success under the Social Citizenship Education programme funded…
RRRT staff induction
Five new RRRT staff will be in Suva for an induction session, meeting with RRRT staff and staff from other divisions to better understand their role, SPC and the RRRT work programme.
Reference guide for the judicary when adjudicating cases of domestic violence
Kiribati teachers and teacher assistants complete human rights training module
12 primary and secondary school teachers and 15 trainee teacher assistants can now model positive behaviour in the classroom as a result of a workshop on human rights and responsibilities, inclusivity and equity over the course of three days in Tarawa.