The best master theses of the Global Campus of Human Rights for the academic year 2021/2022 are now online.
Since 2013, the Global Campus of Human Rights has granted this award to recognize the exceptional work of students and encourage the highest levels of research and writing.
The Global Campus master theses come from the research and field work of graduates of seven Regional Masters (Africa, Asia-Pacific, Caucasus, Europe, South East Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, Arab world) and cover a range of different international topics and challenges that are central to the study and research on human rights.
Global Campus is proud to announce the publication of the first GC thesis awarded in 2020/2021 written in Arabic language by:
- Bara, Rawad, Cinema as a Tool for Human Rights Education and Reconciliation in Post-conflict Communities, the Lebanese Cinema and the Civil War as a Case Study (Arabic), Supervisor: Rabih Haddad, Saint Joseph University of Beirut.
- Dewi, Ni Putu Yogi Paramitha, Legal Mobilisation by Indonesian Women with Disabilities in Pursuing Empowerment, Supervisors: Geeta Pathak Sangroula, Kathmandu Law School (Nepal) and Bencharat Sae Chua, Mahidol University (Thailand).
- Manjang, Hussienatou, The Right to Inclusive Education for Children with Learning Disabilities in Africa: Lessons from Kenya and Uganda, Supervisor: Elvis Fokala, University of Pretoria (South Africa).
- Montero De La Rosa, Óscar David, Entretejiendo el Capítulo Étnico del Acuerdo Final de Paz: Desafíos para la Implementación del Sistema Integral de Verdad, Justicia, Reparación y No Repetición (SIVJRNR) en las Víctimas de los Pueblos Indígenas de Colombia 2016-2021, Supervisor: Angela Yesenia Olaya Requene, National University of San Martin (Argentina).