Discover the Global Campus Advanced Human Rights Programmes

Become a member of our international community by applying to one of our courses. The global campus offer you a variety of master programmes and courses focused on human rights issues and democratisation processes.

By being taught by international renowned experts working for the EU, the UN and other international organisations and ong our up-to-date programmes are designed to give you the best multicultural and problem centered learning experience.

Master's Programme

A.Y. 2024/2025 - Application Deadline: 30 April 2024

apma, Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation in Asia Pacific 

The APMA program is taught across two campuses. All students will study first semester at the IHRP, Mahidol University (Thailand). Second semester students will study at one of the four partner universities in Indonesia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, or Nepal.


Master's Programme

A.Y. 2023/2024 - Second Round Deadline: 7 May 2024

arma, Arab Master’s Programme in Democracy and Human Rights

The Arab Master in Democracy and Human Rights is a unique programme designed to meet the needs of students, professionals and experts who want to deepen their knowledge and develop their skills in the field of democratic governance and human rights in the Middle East and North Africa. It is part of the Global Campus of Regional masters in Human Rights and Democracy supported by the European Union.


Master's Programme

A.Y. 2025 - Application Deadline: 31 July 2024

hrda, The Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa

The programme, which mixes theoretical study with practical application, is very intensive. Particular attention is paid to human rights and democratisation as seen from an African perspective. Details regarding the first semester, the second semester, the combination of theory and practice, study visits, graduation, internships and the doctoral programme can be found on its page


Summer Schools

26 August — 4 September 2024 - Deadline for scholarship applicants: 30 April 2024

Cinema Human Rights and Advocacy

The 19th edition of the Summer School in Cinema Human Rights and Advocacy is a training initiative jointly developed by GC and Picture People. The School is aimed at participants wishing to broaden their understanding on the connections between human rights, films, digital media and video advocacy; share ideas and foster participatory and critical thinking on urgent human rights issues; debate with experts and filmmakers from across the world during the 81st Venice International Film Festival; and learn how to use films as a tool for social and cultural change.


Training Seminars

13 – 16 June 2024 - Application Deadline: 19 May 2024

Strengthening Political Processes Through Technical Assistance

Elections are the crucial milestones for every new-born democracy and the international community, or at least part of it, supports electoral processes and democratic institutions encouraging political inclusion and participation all over the world.
To allow for an effective follow-up on EOM recommendations and build a shared process that aims at strengthening the system of governance of a given country, international development partners and sending authorities fund direct Technical Assistance (TA) missions.


Online Courses

3 June − 26 July 2024 - Application Deadline: 24 May 2024

Authoring Justice

Our first-ever online writing course explores how to write with empathy and strength, particularly on issues and areas that are key catalysts for transformation in our world. We will focus on human-centred narrative storytelling, emphasising its power to shine a light on the experiences of those who are often marginalised, to honour their inherent dignity, and to drive our society towards greater understanding and positive change.



From September 2021

Children’s Rights and Technology in the Digital Age

In this day and age, educating and empowering all those that use technology to make informed and rights-based choices for younger and future generations is crucial. This course will open up discussions about how technology is currently integrated in or impacting children’s lives.


Online Courses

From Early-Februrary 2020 on a rolling basis - Free Enrolment from: Mid-September 2019

Counter Human Trafficking in South East Asia (SEA)

By coercing people into a situation that they cannot escape, trafficking deprives human beings of their dignity and rights. In recent years, work has been carried out on the impact of counter trafficking, but more is needed on counter trafficking itself. Speaking to experts from NGOs, Trade Unions and International Organisations, this online course will examine the programmes, practices and activities of counter trafficking, in particular in Southeast Asia.