K2K Workshop Series

The K2K Workshop Series is part of a nine-month project of the Center for Trade Union and Human Rights beginning September 2010 that aims to rehabilitate families of victims and potential victims of extrajudicial killings, enforced disappearance and arbitraty detention towards ending these violations.   In partnership with the Pro-Labor Legal Assistance Center (PLACE) and with support from the European Union this project has six components namely: PEER FACILITATION WORKSHOP psychosocial workshop among victims and families of victims to help them cope with stress and trauma. CHILDREN'S ART WORKSHOP AND PASKUHAN part of the psychosocial component where children of victims of human rights violations will be a specially-designed art workshop. Paskuhan will enjoin all workers's organizations in contact with CTUHR to celebrate Christian.   LEGAL SUPPORT AND ADVOCACY workshops on the legal aspects of defending workers' and human rights and discussion with families on how to strengthen their cases in court.   PEER COUNSELLLING TRAINING training amongst the families, victim-survivors, as well as human rights defenders to become peer counsellors.   LIVELIHOOD AND FINANCIAL SUPPORT send target groups and families to different livelihood trainings of TESDA and establish cooperatives to assist the families in organizing themselves to build business based on the skills and knowledge they have gained from TESDA.   By the end of the project in March 2011, a report will be launched assessing the impact of the above programs and possible future steps on how to attain justice for the families and victims of human rights violations.#