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This course addresses sensitive, sexually-themed material that will require strict respect for dignity and privacy from participants and may, at times, create emotionally challenging circumstances.
• Open to UW-Madison degree-seeking students only • Depending on the number of applicants, a short interview may be required with the instructor. You will be enrolled in the UW System required health insurance through Cultural Insurance Services International (CISI) and the cost of the insurance coverage is included in program fees.Along the way, students will actively engage in a series of educational workshops and activities.Students will be exposed to intense on-the-spot learning experiences with international human rights activists, survivors, government agencies, and non-governmental organizations.The type and format of this orientation will vary by program and will be provided to you upon acceptance to the program. This course is offered within the new institutional international framework of the UNESCO Chair on Gender, Wellbeing, and a Culture of Peace at UW-Madison.Participants must also attend several required sessions on the UW-Madison campus during the semester before the program. The UNESCO Chair is pursuing a line of work with the UW STREETS Initiative (Social Transformations To End the Exploitation and Trafficking for Sex) on human and sex-trafficking as extreme violations of human rights. passport valid for at least six months beyond the end of the program.