European Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation (EMA)
Deadline for non-EU applicants:
15 February 2021
Deadline for EU applicants:
19 April 2021
The Global Campus of Human Rights (GC) is pleased to announce that the call for applications for the European Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation (EMA) is now open!
EMA is both a residential and an exchange programme. The first semester from September 2021 to January 2022 is organised at the Global Campus of Human Rights premises in Venice and the second semester from February to July 2022 takes place in one of the 42 participating universities within the member states of the European Union plus the UKand Switzerland. The multidisciplinary EMA Programme includes lectures, seminars, workshops, tutorials, skill-building sessions and individual research.
EMA is open to EU and non-EU citizens. The criteria adopted during the selection process are: academic ability and background, relevant additional academic work, courses or publications, relevant practical experience, motivation, and language competence. Applicants are required to hold a university degree of a high standard in a field relevant to human rights, including disciplines in Law, Social Sciences and Humanities, and must have a minimum of 180 ECTS (Bachelor/General Degree). Certified fluency in English is an admission requirement to the programme.
The Global Campus of Human Rights is an inter-disciplinary centre of academic excellence supported by the EU. It strives to promote human rights and democratisation through education, training programmes and research, and via a global network of regional partners in Argentina, Armenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Lebanon, South Africa and Thailand. The Global Campus’ main headquarters are based in Venice, Italy.
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Do you feel that there is something strange on the “match” between more and more Eurosceptic and less and less liberal ANO and the group “Renew Europe” in the European Parliament? Vít and Lubomír had the same feeling. The result of their considerations and research is the article “Strange Bedfellows” published online first in East European Politics and Societies: and Cultures. In the paper, the authors showed that the European political parties often prefer the hyper-pragmatic approach before ideological cohesion and proximity of political goals.
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