Diploma in Leadership, Governance and Human Rights (DLGHR) Program
Are you currently working and aspire to become a leader in your organization?
Have you ever wondered what makes a person a better leader compared to others?
Have you seen, heard and/or know of corrupt practices around you and hope your society can be changed?
Have you thought of the term ‘good governance’ and pondered on how this could be applied to our lives?
Did you know that many of the human rights are integrated in almost all major religions?
Are you interested in changes that could bring about a more just and equal society?
If you have thought about any of the above, you may enjoy studying Diploma in Leadership, Governance and Human Rights (DLGHR).
The Diploma in Leadership, Governance and Human Rights (DLGHR) Program was initiated in 2013 at a Diploma level at the University of the South Pacific (USP) and currently has eight core courses:
- DG100 Introduction to Leadership, Governance and Human Rights
- DG101 Principles of Good Leadership and Governance
- DG102 Laws, Legal Systems and Access to Justice
- DG200 Human Rights at Local, National, Regional and International Levels
- DG201 Introduction to the Role and Challenges of Human Rights Defenders
- DG202 Corruption & Anti-Corruption in the Pacific Island Countries
- DG301 Internship – Leadership, Governance & Human Rights
- DG302 Building Resilience among Human Rights Defenders
FAQs about DLGHR Program:
- You can study the DLGHR Program either as a part-time or as a full time student.
- The Program can be completed in 18 months full time or up to 3 years part-time.
- There are 12 courses in the DLGHR Program; including 8 specialist DG courses.
- All DG courses are offered through Blended mode! This means you can take our courses from any of USP campus.
- You can apply for admission if you have passed Form 7 or are a mature student. Please see USP guidelines for admission at the SAS webpage.
- As this Diploma covers the areas of Leadership, Governance and Human Rights, it allows you to enter many fields of work. Some of our current students are police officers, prison officers, military personnel, civil servants from different departments, staff from Water Authority Office, nurses, NGO staff, secondary and primary school teachers, Judiciary staff, lawyers, UN staff, and even a doctor and a pharmacist. This indicates the wider application of the Diploma in Leadership, Governance and Human Rights.
Please contact the DLGHR Coordinator, Dr Natasha Khan at either 3231849 or email email@example.com
Some Student Testimonials:
I loved this course particularly on issues affecting women leadership or women and the marginal groups; an issue that is always close to my heart as I am a minority in my own country. I admired the way you teach us to clearly understand all these issues affecting humans, particularly women every day.
Clayton Tuimaka (Solomon Islands)
I would like to say thank you so much for making the Diploma program such an enjoyable one for me. For the first time in my educational life, I actually arrived at something that I truly liked. The course was great and your teaching methods were greater so the course was the complete deal!
William Waqavakatoga (Fiji)
It has been a rewarding semester, with learning and development beyond what I expected. This programme is a passion for me and after going through this last semester I am more motivated to succeed in attaining this qualification with excellence. Thank you for your informative, fun and firm tutorials and I look forward to learning with you along this journey.
Filomena Tamanikaiyaroi (Fiji)
I have started work at Oxfam (Vanuatu) as their Gender and Social Inclusion Coordinator and I’m grateful for the contents of the DLGHR programme that have really empowered me to carry out my work effectively within the organisation and out in the communities that we work with.
Liah Kaltoi (Vanuatu)
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