With the rise of new technologies and artificial intelligence applications the society is undergoing significant changes that have multiple impacts on daily lives, professional environment and social and political systems.
On 15 July 15 2020, the Council of Management of the National University of Timor-Leste (UNTL) unanimously approved the syllabus of the new “Human Rights and Democratization” course, which will be introduced as a new transversal discipline mandatory in all undergraduate programs of the National University’s nine Faculties, from the academic year 2021/22.
Increasing demand for e-learning programmes has evidenced the need for a constant, coherent and efficient production of video materials, interviews, e-lectures and other visual tools for optimal online delivery. In order to fulfil such need, the Global Campus is looking for a video company that would provide video production services to support forthcoming MOOCS and online courses...
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.
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.