20 hours per unit

 

Self-paced

UNCRPD

English  |  Dutch

Beginner

CARe Academy

UNCRPD e-Course

e-Learning

KNOW WHAT ARE THE: Rights of Persons with a disability so that people with disabilities are able to participate equally in social life.

HUMAN RIGHTS

Up Your knowledge in UNCRPD Human Rights

Runs from 2 January 2020             Registration Opens             €50

What you'll learn:

  • Introducing the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

  • Defining and interpreting inclusion

  • Accessibility

  • Equal recognition before the law

  • Liberty and security of person

  • Freedom from torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment

  • Living independently and being included in the community

  • Work and employment

  • Inclusive education

  • Participation in cultural life, recreation, leisure, and sport

About the e-Course:

  • Level of the eCourse: Novice and Advanced beginner (mediocre knowledge of human rights) at the university level (University of applied sciences).

  • eCourse is to be completed individually.

  • It is a self-directed and self-paced learning program.

  • The eCourse is accessible to anyone interested in the CRPD (the level of the course, therefore is ‘basic’).

  • The eCourse can be completed in English and Dutch.

  • With each topic suggestions for study are given. These are all in English. Feel free to find, in addition, sources in your own mother tongue.

  • With each topic suggestions for study are given. That means you are not obliged to read it all. You have the freedom to choose documents that help you best understand the content of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UN CRPD).

e-Learning on
Human Rights, Disability, UNCRPD, United Nations, Convention, Rights of Persons with Disabilities, Inclusion
Rights of Persons with a Disability

The adoption of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities on December the 13th, 2006 during the General Assembly of the United Nations leads to efforts to enforce social inclusion in practice, in such a way that people with disabilities are able to participate equally in social life. Currently, the UNCRPD has been ratified by 174 nations around the world. Ratification requires governments to design or adjust laws and regulations in accordance with the content of the UN Convention.

Course instructor: Jeroen Knevel

Course instructor: Jeroen Knevel

Student-paced
Narration
Approach
Reflection

e-Course UNCRPD

Learn about the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

Learn to define and interpret inclusion

Accessibility

Equal recognition before the law

Liberty and security

of a person

Freedom from torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment

Living independently and being included

Work and employment

Inclusive education

Participation

 

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