INTERNATIONAL WINTER RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL ON ECONOMIC SOCIAL AND DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS ON 28TH DECEMBER 2019 – 17TH JANUARY 2020

INTERNATIONAL WINTER RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL ON ECONOMIC SOCIAL AND DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS ON 28TH DECEMBER 2019 – 17TH JANUARY 2020

ESDR:

ESDR, the Economic, Social and Development Rights Winter Residential School is the longest running flagship project of Kathmandu School of Law. This, 2019 we bring to you the 14th edition of this winter residential school, giving continuance to our long-standing objectives:

DIPLOMA COURSE:

In short, ESDR is an intense, demanding and immersive diploma course of 21 days. The in-depth and extensive curriculum is developed by experts in various aspects of socio-economic and development rights, and good governance (and added theme each year). The curriculum is designed as a short-term diploma course. Successful participants, after final evaluation, are awarded Diploma on Economic Social and Development Rights.

Registration Fee

International participants – 400 USD

Nepalese participants – NPR 25000

The above registration fee covers accommodation and food for the residential school from 28th December 2019 to 17th January 2020.

Scholarship/Assistance

Limited partial scholarships are available for participants which will provided after submission of application form. However, this scholarship and financial assistance will not cover travel cost to and from Kathmandu to the home country.

Nepalese’s participants from outside Kathmandu Valley are eligible for reimbursement for their cost of travel via Bus.

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