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Training Manual on Human Rights of MARPs

Training manual on Human Rights of the most-at-risk populations is developed by KHANA with supports from the Flagship team including lawyers. It is the first time that such a participant’s training manual on human rights of the most-at-risk populations is initiated. This 112-paged long manual contains 13 separate lessons covering general concepts on human rights, human rights of the individual, the right to health, the right to work, rights of entertainment workers, sex workers, drug users, men who have sex with men, gay-men, and transgender, right to a fair trial, rights of a person under the police custody, rule of law and the right to a genuine democracy.

The manual development aims to provide knowledge on human rights of all entertainment workers, men who have sex with men, gay-men, and transgender and drug users and enable them to have enough resources to advocate for supports of their communities, and to protect themselves and/or their communities from gross human rights abuses.

This final draft will be presented in a training course from 25 to 27 March 2014, to staff members of the Centres of Excellences and the outreach workers under the USAID’s Flagship project. The manual will be translated into the English and printed for the upcoming workshop.

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