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VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT: EMA Teaching Fellow 2021/2022

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The Global Campus of Human Rights (GCHR) is seeking a qualified individual for its European Master’s Programme on Human Rights and Democratisation (EMA), specifically for the position of EMA Teaching Fellow. The position, aimed at PhD holders, comprises a combination of teaching, management, and various other academic and administrative responsibilities connected with the EMA programme.

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The Global Campus of Human Rights enters into new partnership with Fondazione M9

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Fondazione M9, and the Global Campus of Human Rights are entering into a long-term cooperation of three years (2021-2024) to join efforts and co-develop activities in the City of Venice and the Veneto Region, focusing on Human Rights related issues of common interest. This was announced by the President of Fondazione M9 Michele Bugliesi and the Secretary General of the Global Campus of Human Rights Manfred Nowak in Venice today at the premises of the M9 - Museum of the 20th Century, with the presence of the Academic Director Luca Molinari.

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Intervista ad Andrea Tomaello, Vicesindaco del Comune di Venezia

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L’Ufficio Stampa del Global Campus of Human Rights ha avuto l'opportunità di intervistare il Vicesindaco del Comune di Venezia Andrea Tomaello sul futuro della città. Un futuro che guarda al domani a partire dalla storia millenaria.

 

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Global Campus of Human Rights EU-UN Fellowship Programme 2021 – Autumn Session

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The Global Campus of Human Rights is offering one position as fellow in the framework of the Global Campus of Human Rights EU-UN Fellowship Programme to the EMA graduates of the past three years.

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Comunicato Stampa in merito alla partecipazione del GLOBAL CAMPUS OF HUMAN RIGHTS alla VII Commissione consiliare

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Il Global Campus of Human Rights e’ un network di eccellenza nella formazione post-universitaria internazionale. L’origine risale al 1997 grazie all’iniziativa congiunta dell’Unione Europea e di 10 università europee, coordinate dall’Università di Padova, che hanno istituito il Master Europeo in Diritti Umani e Democratizzazione. Sostenuto sin dagli albori dal Comune di Venezia il consorzio è stato ospitato prima alla Giudecca, e dal 1998 presso il Monastero di San Nicolò.

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