Graduation Ceremony of the DE.MA 2015/2016

The Ceremony for the Awarding of Diplomas of the Master in Democratic Governance – Democracy and Human Rights in the MENA Region (DE.MA) will take place on the 14 of July 2016 in one of the most spectacular rooms of Ca’ Foscari University, Aula Mario Baratto. Overlooking the Grand Canal at the point where the view has the widest sweep possible, the Aula Mario Baratto offers a unique panorama, that is made even more impressive by Carlo Scarpa’s exquisite interpretation of the multi-mullioned Gothic windows when he restored the room. 

DE.MA is one of the leading academic programmes within the Global Campus of Master’s Programmes in Human Rights and Democratisation, carried out by the European Inter-University Centre (EIUC). EIUC advances innovative programmes and projects that contribute to policy-making, promotion of democracy, rule of law, human rights and overseas development cooperation.

The Ceremony will award the Diploma of the Master in Democratic Governance – Democracy and Human Rights in the MENA Region to the graduates who will successfully defend their thesis on Monday and Tuesday 11-12 July 2016. They will be welcomed by Prof. Flavio Gregori, Pro-Vice-chancellor for Cultural Activities and Relations at Ca’ Foscari University and Prof. Manfred Nowak, EIUC Secretary General with speeches by Prof. Abdullatif Abu Hijleh, President of Birzeit University, Palestine, Prof. Chedly Lotfi, Dean of the Faculty of juridical, political and social sciences, University of Carthage, Tunisia, Dr. Carole Rizkallah Alshrabati, Director of Political Science Institute at USJ, Lebanon, Prof. Jean Noel Ferrié, Director of Political Science Institute at UIR, Morocco.

An address by the Students’ Representatives, Nadia Tadros and Jesper Jais Nørgaard will follow.

The awarding of diplomas will be introduced by Fabrizio Marrella, Professor of International Law at Ca’ Foscari, together with all DE.MA Professors.

For more information,here's the complete programme:



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