Diplomacy Training Program

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12 February 2014
Developing practical strategies for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth to reinforce their rights in Australia is the focus of an intensive summit at UNSW this week.
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17 October 2012
My hope tomorrow is that if Australia is successful in rejoining the Security Council, it will help to reinvigorate the UN's global efforts to promote human rights for all, writes Jose-Ramos Horta.
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30 July 2009
Modern communications mean regimes around the world can no longer commit barbarities against their own people and expect to get away with it, East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta has told a UNSW audience.
23 July 2009
President of East Timor Jose Ramos-Horta will join former colleagues from UNSW next week (Monday 27 July) to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Diplomacy Training Program (DTP).
15 May 2009
The Diplomacy Training Program, the human rights group launched at UNSW by Jose Ramos Horta 20 years ago, now has even more reason to celebrate its anniversary, winning coveted tax deductibility status from the Federal Government.
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27 November 2008
Federal Attorney General and UNSW alumnus Robert McClelland has opened a major international advocacy program at the University, pledging a renewed government commitment to human rights at home and abroad.
02 February 2007
The Diplomacy Training Program and Oxfam Australia's Indigenous Australia Program areholding a training course at UNSW to look at human rights advocacy.