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Trainings and workshops

Through the year APRRN organises trainings and workshops on various relevant issues such as detention, legal aid, mental health and refugee law. These initiatives bring together a wide range of participants from different countries and professions including students, academics, law practitioners, policy makers, members of civil society organisations and refugees themselves. The main purpose of trainings is to strengthen the capacity of APRRN members working in a particular area of refugee rights. Non-members who have some understanding, expertise, and/or experience with refugee rights issues are also encouraged to take part. Information about upcoming trainings and deadlines for applications will be published on the website under the Updates section.

Mailing lists

APRRN uses Google Groups to facilitate easy exchange of resources and information between members and non-members. All APRRN members will receive information on the Google Groups once their application has been received. Non-members should contact Rachel Tan at rachel@aprrn.info or Evan Jones at evan@aprrn.info to be added to our General Google Groups.