Piotr Godzisz

Connecting research, policy and practice on hate crime and human rights

Training and Capacity Building

Fighting hate crime, discrimination, and human rights abuses requires professional competency that may be developed through capacity building combined with hands-on experience. My well-designed and delivered training sessions are a fun and effective way of learning the ropes, helping you understand key concepts, and preventing burnout. I provide training for police officers, prosecutors, judges, social workers, civil servants, victim support services, and NGOs in a variety of formats, including online and in person. Each session is preceded by a thorough training needs assessment to ensure that we reach learning outcomes.

CPD Training:
  • Human Rights Monitoring Institute | Lithuania
  • Estonian Human Rights Centre
  • Bar Association | Poland
  • Campaign Against Homophobia | Poland

Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion:
I enjoy meeting with employee resource groups aiming at improving equality, diversity, and inclusion in their organizations. I have worked with banks, consultancies, and other international companies. 
Companies I have collaborated with include:
  • BNP Paribas
  • Natwest
  • Oliver Wyman

Project Development and Grant Writing Support:
I love brainstorming new ideas and turning them into the technical language of project writing. So far, I have participated and led on more than 20 successful bids, bringing more than 2 million EUR to universities and civil society organizations across Europe from funders such as the European Research Council (Horizon2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions) as well as private and national funding bodies.
If you have trouble defining your project's goals and objectives, creating effective work packages and timelines, or discussing the impact of your actions, I can help! Please contact me to discuss your training, diversity and inclusion, or project development and grant writing support needs.


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