The principal objectives of the 2022 Global Campus International Conference, which will take place on 31 January and 1 February, are to maximise meaningful child participation, promote intergenerational dialogue and stimulate research on children’s rights.
The Global Campus of Human Rights is deeply saddened by the sudden death of David Maria Sassoli (11 January 2022), President of the European Parliament, who has been a close supporter of the Global Campus.
The Press Office of the Global Campus of Human Rights had attended the Aurora Prize and the Aurora Dialogues in Venice and had the opportunity to interview the Co-Founder of the Aurora Humanitarian Initiatives about the possible cooperation on the field of education, research and promotion of our humanitarian work.
The Global Campus of Human Rights is supporting this urgent fundraising appealto assist a network of human rights professionals and lawyers in the EU who are helping Afghans with their asylum applications, evacuation and resettlement in other countries (where many of our alumni are also involved).
The Global Campus of Human Rights and the Global Campus Alumni are glad to announce the launch of the sixth edition of the Global Campus Visual Contest, open to photographers, professionals and amateurs, from all over the world. Organised in collaboration with Right Livelihood, the Contest will be open from 8 November 2021 and will accept submissions through 8 January 2022.