Course dates:

From 31 May to 11 July 2021

Free enrolment until 27 June 2021

Lecturers and Experts

Designed by the Global Campus of Human Rights E-Learning Department in cooperation with renowned lecturers and experts, including Right Livelihood Laureates, the MOOC offers a wealth of specialised knowledge and examples, enabling participants to benefit from rich and varied competences.

The course features relevant actors from a multitude of perspectives on the topic, ranging from children’s rights experts to environment specialists, from representatives of UN bodies and international inter/non-governmental organisations to young climate activists. Confirmed contributors include:

  • Yousra Abourabi, Université Internationale de Rabat, Global Campus Arab World
  • Zoi Aliozi, GC Policy Observatory
  • Chiara Altafin, Global Campus of Human Rights
  • Visalaakshi Annamalai, GC Policy Observatory
  • Maude Barlow, Right Livelihood Laureate
  • David R. Boyd, UN Special Rapporteur on human rights and the environment
  • Aoife Daly, University College Cork
  • Victor Karunan, Right Livelihood College
  • Juliane Kippenberg, Human Rights Watch
  • John Knox, Wake Forest University/Former UN Special Rapporteur on human rights and the environment
  • Laura Lundy, Queen’s University Belfast
  • Raul Montenegro, Right Livelihood Laureate
  • Luisa Neubauer, Fridays For Future
  • Marina Rakopyan, Global Campus Policy Observatory
  • Leo Ratledge, Child Rights International Network (CRIN)
  • Jonas Schubert, Children’s Environmental Rights Initiative (CERI)/Terre des Hommes
  • Margaretha Wewerinke-Singh, Leiden University