Course dates:

3 June - 26 July 2024

Application deadline:

24 May 2024

Enrol by 30 April 2024 to receive a 25% discount!

Guided by Professor Andrew Leon Hanna and connected through live webinars with eminent writers and publishers, participants will reinforce their writing skills and methods while also getting practical advice on navigating the whole path from the first spark to publication.

Main lecturer and coordinator

Andrew Leon Hanna - Global Campus of Human Rights

Entrepreneur, lawyer, author, and professor

Andrew Leon Hanna

Professor Andrew Leon Hanna is an award-winning entrepreneur, lawyer, and author. His debut book, 25 Million Sparks: The Untold Story of Refugee Entrepreneurs (Cambridge University Press), was named a Financial Times Best Book of the Year and won the prestigious Bracken Bower Prize in London.

He is an adjunct professor at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, where he teaches "Global Social Entrepreneurship." Professor Hanna is the founder of Mona and DreamxAmerica, social ventures that highlight and invest in refugee, immigrant, and women entrepreneurs around the world.

Professor Hanna graduated with honors from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Harvard Law School, and Duke University. He has been named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 List and his work has been featured in the BBC, PBS, Fast Company, Forbes, Financial Times, and more.

 
 

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Lecturers and experts

Albie Sachs - Global Campus

Former judge on the Constitutional Court of South Africa

Albie Sachs

Albie Sachs is an activist, writer and former judge on the Constitutional Court of South Africa (1994 – 2009). He began practising as an advocate at the Cape Bar at the age of 21, defending people charged under the racial statutes and security laws of apartheid.

After two spells of being detained in solitary confinement without trial, first for five months, then for three months, he went into exile in England, where he completed a PhD at Sussex University. In 1988, he lost his right arm and his sight in one eye when a bomb was placed in his car by South African security agents in Maputo, Mozambique. After the bombing, he devoted himself to the preparations for a new democratic constitution for South Africa. When he returned home from exile, he served as a member of the Constitutional Committee and the National Executive of the African National Congress until the first democratic elections in 1994.

Sachs is a Board member of the Constitution Hill Trust, which promotes constitutionalism and the rule of law. He has travelled to many countries sharing South African experiences that might help heal divided societies. He is the author of several books, including The Jail Diary of Albie Sachs, Justice in South Africa, Sexism and the Law, Soft Vengeance of a Freedom Fighter and The Strange Alchemy of Life and Law. His latest books are We, the People: Insights of an activist judge (2016) and Oliver Tambo’s Dream (2017).

 
 

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Jemma Neville - Global Campus of Human Rights

Writer and journalist

Jemma Neville

Jemma Neville is an award-winning writer and journalist. Her debut book, Constitution Street, finding hope in an age of anxiety (published by 404 Ink), told the interconnecting stories of neighbours on one street within the narrative structure of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

She has worked in a range of roles connecting the global and the local, including at arts charity Creative Lives and The Scottish Human Rights Commission. Her research was shortlisted for The Guardian International Development Journalism Award and she was the inaugural Community Fellow at The University of Edinburgh Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities.

Jemma is a Global Campus Alumna (EMA 2006). She lives in rural Scotland with her young family.

 
 

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