The Diploma in Public Policy and Child Rights (DPPCR ) is an advanced professional graduate diploma offered in cooperation between higher education institutes in Egypt, Jordan, and the European Union (Germany, the UK, and the Netherlands).

This Diploma has been established in response to the need for relevant and appropriate child-friendly legislation, policies, budgets and programs that are based on scientific evidence and are developed to respect, protect and fulfill the rights of all children in the Arab world.

DPPCR benefits from the expertise of dozens of academics and researchers in Arab universities and EU universities and institutes who continue to participate in both the development and teaching of DPPCR.
DPPCR has just graduated its first batch of students in four universities in Egypt and Jordan. We look forward to the enrollment of new students for our upcoming school year 2012-2013. Contact us for more details!
DPPCR is an 8-Course graduate professional diploma aimed at equipping practitioners with the tools they need to work with and for children.
 
DPPCR E-Learning Workshop, Cairo University, May 26th 2013
 
7/8/2013
DPPCR at Cairo University hosted a workshop on e-learning....
IP on "Poverty and Exclusion of Children and Youth" at the ISS
 
6/25/2012
The second IP on “Poverty and Exclusion of Children and...
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RiP workshops at Cairo University and Assiut University
 
3/22/2013
In December 2012, RiP organized workshops on...
Cairo Uni. DPPCR Students visit the FUB
 
6/18/2013
Four DPPCR students from Cairo University visited the Free...
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DPPCR begins at Cairo University
 
10/13/2012
In October 1st, the Faculty of Economics and Political...
'Universal Child Rights in Action: Debates, Dilemmas and Developments across the EU and MENA regions’ Expert workshop held in Bristol University
 
4/4/2013
The workshop brought together academics and activists, as...