The Latvian Centre for Human Rights in cooperation with the Education, Culture and Sports Department of the Riga City Council launched four-days training for civil servants “Migration, Development and Human Rights.” The training is implemented within the Project “AMITIE CODE – Awareness on MIgration, developmenT and human rIghts through local partnership – Capitalizing On DEvelopment”. Similar trainings to be organised also in other project partners ‘countries – Italy, Spain, Germany, France and Portugal.
During the four-day training, 30 civil servants from Riga will learn from Latvian and international experts about global and local perspectives of migration, gain knowledge about human rights standards and development cooperation, acquire skills of intercultural communication. The participants will be able to share their experience with each other, develop skills necessary for work with clients with migrant background and draft local action plan for civil servants working with migrants, asylum seekers and refugees.
The training will take place on 9, 11, 16 and 17 May 2016.
The project is co-funded by the European Union.