Global Campus of Human Rights: EMA awarded theses 2021/2022
Each year the EMA Council selects five theses, which stand out for their formal academic qualities and the originality of the research topics, their relevance to the promotion and implementation of human rights and democratic values, the innovation of their argument, methodology, and theoretical approach, their exceptional knowledge of the academic literature and the excellent capacity for critical analysis demonstrated by the authors.
Global Campus Europe / EMA awarded theses 2021/2022 are online and you can find them at our Repository.
Carter, Percy Elena Virginia, Universal Legal Capacity for Persons with Disabilities: Will, Preferences and Communication. Supervisor: Andrea Broderick, Maastricht University. http://dx.doi.org/10.25330/2523
Gscheidlen, Anne Sophie, At Risk of Falling Through the Cracks? The Protection of Children in State Care in Conflict Situations in International Law and Practice. Supervisor: Katre Luhamaa, University of Tartu. http://dx.doi.org/10.25330/2524
Keogh, Bríana Maria, Preimplantation Genetic Testing: the Conflict between Reproductive Autonomy and Disability Rigthts. With the UK, Ireland, and Portugal as Case Studies. Supervisor: Helena Pereira de Melo, New University of Lisbon. http://dx.doi.org/10.25330/2525
Sheppard, Phoebe Eleanor, Imperialist Queerphobia. The Curtailment of LGBTQ+ Rights in Uganda and South Africa as a Product of Colonialism, Religion, and Patriarchy. Supervisor: Ekaterina Yahyauoi, National University of Ireland, Galway. http://dx.doi.org/10.25330/2526
Vodopija, Helena, When the ‘Terrorists’ Speak the Language of Humanity. Counter-Memory of 15th July Coup d’État. Supervisor: Josip Glaurdić, Université du Luxembourg. http://dx.doi.org/10.25330/2527
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