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RAPP runs BLC for local government in Asia Pacific

"In collaboration with the City of Gwangju and UCLG ASPAC, The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (RWI) organises Blended Learning Course (BLC) for local governments in the Asia Pacific on the localisation of human rights in SDG processes. The BLC combines on-line modules, individual projects, and webinars. The purpose of the BLC is that participants from planning divisions of local governments from around the Asia Pacific learn about, exchange experiences, and take first steps (through projects) to integrate human rights and rights-based approaches into their respective work with local SDG processes."


Here is a summary of the Final Session of the BLC (5-10 October):

The final session of the BLC is conducted virtually in conjunction with the World Human Rights Cities Forum (WHRCF) from 5-10 October 2020. The final part of the BLC programme consists of several interrelated events, namely: (1) BLC Exclusive Event (online-course wrap up and individual project presentations) on 5-6 October, 2020; (2), Virtual Tour to the Gwangju City Hall, on 5 October 2020; (3) participation in the World Human Rights City Forum (WHRCF) and (4) BLC Closing event on 10 October, 2020.


Furthermore, here is the list for the BLC participants who will give a 3-5 minutes speech for testimony in the closing event tomorrow:

1. Indra Saputra (confirmed)

2. Md. Shamsul Alam (confirmed)

3. Bikash Mishra (confirmed)

4. Khaidarmansyah (confirmed)

5. Zuraini Binti Mat Rasit (not confirmed yet)

6. Nona Vanesa Santiago (not confirmed yet)