The Global Campus of Human Rights is glad to announce the publication of the GC Policy Briefs as part of the Global Campus Policy Observatory (GCPO), a 'virtual hub' comprised of a team of researchers to make of each regional programme a solid focal point for policy expert advisory in human rights issues.
This new Global Campus project is meant to provide guidance and expert opinion in response to urgent human rights issues to a broad audience including decision makers, local governments, parties, parties foundations, international and regional organizations such as the EC, EU Delegations and the UN agencies, NGO, think tanks, research centers, individual researchers, independent researchers.
Biegon, J Diffusing Tension, Building Trust: Proposals on Guiding Principles Applicable during Consideration of the Activity Reports of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights (Venice: Global Campus 2018), available at https://doi.org/20.500.11825/580
Ceriani Cernadas, P Migration Policies and Human Rights in Latin America. Progressive Practices, Old Challenges, Worrying Setbacks and New Threats (Venice: Global Campus 2018), available at https://doi.org/20.500.11825/629
Davor, M How to Provide Sustainable Funding for Civil Society and Community Media. The Case of Serbia and Western Balkan Countries (Venice: Global Campus 2018), available at https://doi.org/20.500.11825/630
Lamer, W Fostering Independent Journalism and Press Freedom to Protect against Information-Related Dangers of the Digital Age (Venice: Global Campus 2018), available at https://doi.org/20.500.11825/628