Service Providers Trainings

The Pacific Regional Rights Resource Team provides training support and technical assistance to service providers to strengthen their ability to deliver services in line with human rights guidelines and principles.

Service providers are those people who deliver services direct to the public.

This category includes civil servants and private sector employees: teachers, police, health workers, social workers, counsellors, lawyers, etc.

RRRT designs and delivers training packages and technical assistance on request.

Requests for training may be:

  • general, e.g. an introduction to human rights principles;
  • specific, e.g. HIV/AIDS and human rights;
  • technical, e.g. assisting the development of curriculum.

Such training and technical assistance activities underscores the value of human rights in supporting human dignity. Service providers are provided with the skills to promote equitable access and discrimination-free service delivery.

SPC’s Regional Rights Resource Team receives core funding from the Australian Government and additional project support from the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Pacific Leadership Programme (PLP), European Union (EU) and the German Development Bank (KfW).