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REAct (Rights - Evidence - Action): Implementing a human rights documentation and monitoring system

REAct (Rights - Evidence - Action): Implementing a human rights documentation and monitoring system

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  • 6 hours study
  • Level 1: Introductory

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    • Welcome!

      Welcome to the course REAct (Rights-Evidence-Action): Implementing a human rights documentation and monitoring system.

      This course has been developed by Frontline Aids in partnership with the Open University as part of the work of the ACCESS Consortium.

      The ACCESS Consortium (Approaches in Complex and Challenging Environments to Sustainable Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights) was funded by UK Aid from the British people.


      REAct is a community-based human rights monitoring and response programme which documents and responds to human rights-related barriers that individuals experience in accessing services at community level.

      REAct enables organisations to: 

        • record data about human rights violations experienced by individuals
        • provide and refer them to health, legal and other public services
        • use this data to inform quality human rights-based programming, policy and advocacy at national, regional and global levels.

      This course will be a available for people identified by Frontline Aids partner organisations as future ‘REActors’.

      Learners on the course will receive additional support in the form of synchronous webinar sessions from Frontline Aids trainers and will also make use of the Course forum. You will be emailed separately by Frontline Aids before the course starts with all the details you need.

      The six units that make up the course will introduce you to REAct and your role as a REActor.

      Printable PDFs of each unit and a separate PDF summarising all of the course activities are provided in the resources folder of the website for offline access of the course content. However, please note that the PDFs do not offer the full functionality of the online activities and your completion of the course will not be tracked.

      If you complete all six units online and both the start-of-course and end-of-course surveys you will be eligible to claim a Certificate of completion.


    • This course is part of a collection

      This course is part of a collection

      This course is part of a collection of courses called REAct (Rights - Evidence - Action). There is 1 course in this collection so you may find other courses here that maybe of interest to you.

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    • Course learning outcomes

      After completing this course, you will be able to:

      • Give an account of why REAct has been developed and its aim and objectives.
      • Explain what human rights are, who has rights, who is responsible for ensuring that they are fulfilled and what sources of law substantiate them.
      • Explain why it is important to collect case data in a systematic way and understand the REAct template system for collecting data.
      • Understand the different ways to establish consent and select the most suitable options given the client’s needs and circumstances.
      • Understand the key principles of interviewing and be confident in applying these principles when you meet with clients.
      • Describe how data collected through REAct can enable organisations to advocate for the needs of marginalised groups.


    • Course dates:

      First Published 23/05/2022.

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      • 6 hours study
      • Level 1: Introductory

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