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Preparedness? Unpreparedness? Or Punctuated Preparedness?

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‘Punctuated.’ It’s not a widely-used word, and I can’t think of a time in the past when I considered it. Yet ever since the arrival of COVID-19, it feels about right.

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Call for Applications: Fully Funded Cross-regional PhD in Children’s Rights

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Since 2019, the Global Campus of Human Rights has been working in close cooperation with the Right Livelihood Foundationwith the intention to promote children’s rights worldwide. A primary goal of the cooperation is to contribute to the development of non-traditional and innovative ways to approach children’s rights through research, education and advocacy.

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GC Human Rights Preparedness Initiative

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Each pandemic is different. At the same time, each is also the latest in a long line, which means there are lessons to be learned from the past, and preparations that can be made for the future.

The Global Campus of Human Rights- the largest consortium of human rights educators with more than 100 universities from across the world - believes that a rights-based approach to pandemics and other emergencies is vital.

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Introducing GC Human Rights Preparedness

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#BuildBackBetter is one of the hashtags from the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic.
It speaks to hope, and to history too.

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Human Rights Community — Preparing for the Next Major Crisis

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Eamon Gilmore, the EU Special Representative for Human Rights, welcomes GC Human Rights Preparedness as innovative, important and essential.

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