UNHCR and International Protection: A Protection Induction Programme

The Protection Induction Programme has been developed to support the work of UNHCR staff as well as colleagues associated with NGOs, other UN agencies and governments who are working with refugees and other uprooted people.
This programme is about people who have been forcibly uprooted and how the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) works with them. It outlines some basic principles of international protection that have been developed to protect these uprooted people.
The Protection Induction Programme consists of this Handbook and an interactive computer-based learning programme. To attract as wide an audience as possible, the programme has been written in easy-to-understand, accessible language and legal terminology has been avoided whenever possible.

CONTRIBUTING GOVT/AGENCYUNHCR
LANGUAGEArabic, English, French, Russian, Spanish
TARGET AUDIENCENGOs
METHOD OF LEARNINGSelf-Learning
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IS THE COURSE/CURRICULUM AVAILABLE? (if applicable)Yes
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACTUNHCR Global Learning Centre
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

For contact details: http://www.unhcr.org/contact-us.html

The learning modules that are included in this Handbook as well as the interactive computer-based learning programme include:
1. UNHCR and International Protection
2. Persons of Concern to UNHCR
3. The Legal Framework
4. Access to Asylum, Registration and Quality Protection
5. Partnership with Uprooted Women, Men, Girls and Boys
6. SGBV; Unaccompanied and Separated Children
7. Timely and Durable Solutions

Please see the overview of the contents at: http://www.refworld.org/pdfid/466e71c32.pdf


The Bali Process Border Management Roundtable Discussion – Risks and Emerging Issues in People Smuggling and Trafficking in Persons by Air

To support Bali Process Member States in strengthening border management and cooperation, the Regional Support Officer of the Bali Process (RSO), with support from Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation (JCLEC) organized a 3-day Border Management Roundtable Discussion – Risks and Emerging Issues in People Smuggling and Trafficking in Persons by Air.

Regional Workshop to Enhance Information Sharing on Maritime Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants

On 1-2 November, in Jakarta, Indonesia, the RSO and UNODC hosted the United States funded, Regional Workshop to Enhance Information Sharing on Maritime Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants.  The workshop brought together representatives of Member States to discuss and share experiences to enhance regional law enforcement information sharing on maritime smuggling and trafficking.

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