GHRD Bhutan chapter observes its first foundation day
Nepal: The GHRD Bhutan Chapter launched on January 17, 2006 in eastern Nepal at the vicinity of the Bhutanese refugee camps by Mr. S. Sital, the Chairman of the GHRD Head Office based in The Hague, during his two days visit, observed its First Foundation Day today (Jan. 17, 2007), in its office located at Kakarvitta, Jhapa Nepal.
GHRD Bhutan's camp volunteers with Representative and Co-worker during the First Foundation Day at its office, Kakarvitta, Jhapa, Nepal
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GHRD & HHS Cultural Week
In the third week of January 2007, Global Human Rights Defence and the The Hague University joined hands.
The International Business and Management Studies (IBMS) is an international study which combines a solid, practical knowledge of finance, marketing and economics, with language skills, an international outlook and plenty of experience in working with people from other countries. GHRD has set up a 3-day human rights education programme ( 15th , 16th and 17th of January ) for the second year students IBMS. The general topic for these three days will be ''The rise of the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China)''. The impact on the human rights situation of the BRIC countries will be analysed with presentations, discussions and workshops.
Report on the visit of Macalester College Institute for Global Citizenship & Maastricht University (Center for European Studies) to Global Human Rights Defence (GHRD)
On Friday the 12th of January 2007 Global Human Rights Defence hosted a special class of international students (and staff) from Macalester College Institute for Global Citizenship (USA) & Maastricht University (Center for European Studies,The Netherlands). The topic was 'Human Rights Governance in a Multicultural Europe'. This subject has been addressed through 3 different angles:
Migration in Europe
International mechanisms for adoption and monitoring of human rights and
Regional mechanisms for adoption and monitoring of human rights.
The visiting guest speaker was Dr James J. Busuttil.
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