Resources and Training

John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights, The

Offers training, strategic planning, coaching, and resources on a variety of human rights topics.

Service offers:

  • education and training to support communities, organizations and individuals embed human rights and address discrimination

Trainings include:

  • customizing workshops and training sessions to meet the needs of a group
  • consulting support
  • facilitation of dialogue-to-action groups and community sessions
  • Anti-Oppression - workshop that aims to unveil the multi-layered concept of oppression
  • Foundations in Human Rights - workshop that introduces participants to the international architecture and history and pillars of human rights
  • Understanding Human Rights Standards - targeted workshops on specific areas or conventions related to human rights
  • Developing a Culture of Inclusion - workshop for professionals working to include and engage people living with disability in their work
  • Building a Rights Based Organization - training to facilitate organizations' self reflection and analysis of their application of human rights
  • Reporting Mechanisms for Human Rights - workshop to work in collaboration with others to draft a sample shadow report for submission to relevant authorities or agencies
  • Art for Human Rights - collaboration to reflect and explore human rights issues and themes using creative means
  • Human Rights Facilitator - program that equips participants with the tools and capacity to create spaces of learning and dialogue around human rights
  • Reconciliation in Education - workshop for educators to work through important questions about teaching truth and reconciliation in an age-appropriate way
  • Children's Rights - workshop that introduces teachers to tools and activities that can be used to explore children's rights

Resources include:

  • resources for teachers and youth educators
  • resources to support the building of human rights communities through dialogue and engagement on human rights and peace-building
  • reports and publications from our work calling for action on human rights and peace
Application Process
Service Access: See below, Contact for details. 
Referral Process: No

Waiting Period: No,
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Fee: Yes,

Fees vary based on programming. Contact for details.

Fee Reduction: No

Membership Fee: Yes,

Annual membership fee of $5. 

Wheelchair access: N/A -
Other disabled access: N/A -
Last Verified On
January 17, 2023
Hours of Operation

Program hours vary.