"I Never Teach My Pupils; I Only Attempt To Provide The Conditions In Which They Can Learn."

Albert Einstein

I. Organizational Structure:  

The BNHRE Training and Development Department is a part of the  BNHRE Organizational Structure, which allows it to put this mandate into operation by:  

1.   Responding to requests for training and consultation on Human Rights Education (HRE)
2.   Writing proposals for project development in HRE
3.   Developing a directory of HRE trainers and experts as a resource for planners of local, regional, and global conferences
4.   Advisory roles and/or liaison to local, national and international programs in education for human rights and democratic citizenship
​ 5.   Responding to any need forresearch or evaluation in human rights.  

II. Training and development approach:

BNHRE believes in inclusive practice, necessary to develop the same understanding and the practice skills needed across all relevant groups and organizations.  BNHRE approach to training and development is a systemic one, intended to strengthen the entire system. To that end BNHRE will approach any training and development as inclusive of all stakeholders involved.  

III. Pool of Experts and Trainers

BNHRE develops its human resources through the bringing together and development of a highly skilled Pool of experts who supply the needs of this mandate.   

​This Pool of experts is equipped with a wide range of knowledge skills and competence in various fields of HRE including training service development, research, policy development work, proposal writing, training and evaluation upon which BNHRE can draw.

The end product is the development of a comprehensive training and development body which will have the ability to adapt to local culture and conditions.  BNHRE framework for HRE and training will be implemented based on local need and with respect for cultural tradition.  

The BNHRE Training and Development Department intends to impact all stakeholders including;

1.   Direct practice, that is the front line workers such as social workers, their supervisors, team leaders and line managers

2.   Administrators, Managers, Chief Executives
3.   Politicians, university educators etc
​4.   Other significant partners, working on community development.