European Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation: Deadline extended

by | Apr 9, 2020

The Global Campus of Human Rights is glad to inform you that the Call for Applications for the next academic year of the European Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation (EMA) has been extended until 12 May 2020.

The Global Campus is mindful of how the COVID-19 pandemic is causing major disruptions to our lives, both professional and personal. While we are moving forward as planned with the organisation of the 2020/2021 EMA Programme at this moment in time, we have extended the application deadline.

Please note that these applications will not be eligible for financial aid because of the lack of sufficient processing time.

EMA is a one-year course that provides a practice and policy-oriented approach to learning that combines legal, political, historical, anthropological, and philosophical perspectives of Human Rights and Democratisation with skill building activities and a field trip exercise.

We kindly ask you to circulate the news among your contacts. Have a look at the EMA media toolkit and feel free to use any of the materials we have provided!

If you have further questions, contact us at ema.secretariat@gchumanrights.org or visit https://gchumanrights.org/ema.

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