PPR can be commissioned to provide human rights based approach training and support for your organisation/campaigning group.

While this training and support can be tailored to suit your particular needs, packages currently include:
  • Freedom of Information and Data Protection requests
  • Equality Impact Assessments
  • Human Rights Budget Analysis
  • Human Rights Indicators and Benchmarks: Monitoring social and economic rights
  • Preparing to meet duty bearers
  • Promoting rights through public procurement
  • Organising and building participation
  • Developing robust policy and research

PPR has been contracted by a wide range of non-governmental organisations and groups including:

  - Belfast Interface Trust
  - Comhlámh
  - UNISON NI
 
 
 

What our partners have said:


“As an organisation providing essential services to homeless people in Northern Ireland, we strongly believe that homeless people themselves should be meaningfully involved in the design and delivery of our services. We had tried this before, but it was far from easy. We were attracted to PPR because of what we saw of their work with ordinary people – it was based on human rights, it was clearly empowering, and it was robust, practical and effective. It has been a learning curve for us all, and a fruitful collaboration so far which we are determined to take further.”
Maura McGourty, Assistant Director of Corporate Services, Simon Community NI
 
We were privileged to host PPR at our AGM and Members Weekend in Wicklow. Everyone was captivated throughout thepresentation – shocked at some of the justice issues, but fired up and inspired to integrate some of the learning to our own work here. PPR offered an excellent local justice perspective to draw on for our work which is usually more globally focused. We look forward to continued work with PPR." - Gráinne O'Neill, Comhlámh
 

If you would be interested in exploring the possibility of PPR working with your group/organisation, please fill in you details by clicking here