Impact assessment of BRAC's human rights and legal education training
PublisherBRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED)
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CitationRafi, M., Hulme, D., Ahmed, S. A., & Amin, M. N. (1997). Impact assessment of BRAC’s human rights and legal education training. Research Reports (1996): Social Studies, Vol – XIII, 1–17.
The huge training investment of BRAC calls for an answers to the questions -- what is the impact of the training on BRAC programs and on its recipient? This study endeavors to answer these questions. As a part of this effort an impact assessment research methodology for training was developed. The methodology was then applied to the training under Human Rights and Legal Education (HRLE) program. (pp. 1-2) The HRLE training has been introduced to disseminate practically relevant legal knowledge to BRAC members. In order to reach a large number of Village Organization (VO) members at low cost a training 'cascade' has been established. Training is offered al three levels. First comes the Training of Trainers (TOT) for HRLE. Next is Teachers Training (TT) for HRLE Shebok/Shebikas. Finally there is Legal Education (LE) provided by Shebok/Shebikas to the VO members. The laws that the training covers arc Citizen's Right Protection Law, Muslim Family Law, Muslim Inheritence Law, and Land Law. (pp. 3-7)