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Providing an Education to Students with Handicapping Special Needs
Published: 2010

Organization: Creative Associates International
Project: Partnership School Project in Oman (and the Middle East)


This presentation is an introduction on how to provide education for students with special needs. It describes the different categories of disabilities, the role of the various actors in providing education for these students and what leaders need to do to make schools more responsive to children with special educational needs.


Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights
Published: 2013

Organization: Additional Relevant Resources


This resource from the United Nations outlines the state duty to protect human rights, the corporate responsibility to respect human rights and access to remedy. It was used in The Protection Project trainings, organized by the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies.


C189 - Domestic Workers Convention, 2011 (No. 189)
Published: 2013

Organization: Additional Relevant Resources


This text from the 2011 Domestic Workers Convention focuses on promotion of decent work and rights for domestic workers. It was used in The Protection Project trainings, organized by the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies.


Manual on the Establishment and Operation of a Law Clinic: Best Practices, Comparative Models, and Monitoring Mechanisms (Kuwait)
Published: 2013

Organization: Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies
Project: The Protection Project


This manual is provides instructions on the establishment and operation of law clinics in Kuwait. The manual is divided into seven parts, such as: defining the objectives; selecting the topics; overcoming obstacles; and establishing exchange programs. Comparative models and best practices from different law clinics around the world and used as examples.


Law Clinic Course Syllabus, Kuwait International Law School
Published: 2013

Organization: Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies
Project: The Protection Project


The course is designed to provide law students with substantive legal knowledge, focusing on how to interview clients, identify victims of human right violations, draft a pleading, represent a client in a settlement conference, and work with people from diverse backgrounds. The course is divided into divided into 13 units, focusing on human rights, access to justice, the right to be heard, assisting domestic workers, legal ethics and more. It focuses on Kuwait.


International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families
Published: 2003

Organization: Additional Relevant Resources


This resource provides the text, in English, for the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families, which entered into force on July 1, 2003. It was used in The Protection Project trainings, organized by the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies.


Human Rights: Training Material in Civil and Political Rights
Published: 2014

Organization: Open Learning Center for Training & Consultation
Project: Youth Political Awareness


This presentation engages the audience in a conversation about human rights. The focus includes citizenship values, equality, discrimination, freedom and participation. It highlights several rights, including: the right to associate and form trade unions, form political parties, freedom of speech and expression, vote and equal access to government employment. It also highlights the duties of citizenship and includes a discussion of incorporating the rights of citizens in Yemeni legislation.

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