The Medusa team applies a human rights and intersectional approach in its research methodologies. That is to say, we approach all our projects taking into account the different social and legal structures that affect people and groups.
We improve the impact of your organisation’s political advocacy. Among other examples, we look at how to bring a regulation into line with international standards or we study human rights violations under international law.
We support your organisation in developing evidence-based public policy proposals, improving the quality of your advocacy. If you are a public administration, we advise you on how to design policies with a human rights approach.
Has your organisation identified a problem, situation or unexplored reality and you want to explore it in depth? We design the research project and implement it in collaboration with your team.
We advise you on how to put international human rights obligations in practice in any given field.
We design and implement specialised training tailored to the needs of your organisation or administration. We conduct training on subjects such as human rights and international protection mechanisms, human trafficking, migration and international protection, immigration, children’s rights, gender, sexual and reproductive rights, intersectional discrimination, among many others. Tell us about your training needs and together with your team we will build an adapted training itinerary.