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'Authoring Justice': new online course on storytelling for change with Prof. Andrew Leon Hanna

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The Global Campus of Human Rights is proud to launch its first-ever specialised online course called “Authoring Justice”, born out of a longstanding collaboration with Prof. Andrew Leon Hanna, award winning author of 25 Million Sparks: The Untold Story of Refugee Entrepreneurs (Cambridge University Press).

Designed for those eager to enrich their craft and embark on the journey of writing a book or long-form work, this course is for prospective authors who are keen on writing non-fiction narrative centered on a variety of human rights topics: from climate justice to gender equality; from racial justice to social justice at large.



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Global Campus Alumni join the Fundamental Rights Forum in Vienna

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A delegation of four Global Campus Alumni recently attended a human rights forum organised by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA).

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Annual Report 2023: Moving Towards a New Era for Human Rights

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Our Annual Report for 2023 encapsulates our endeavours to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and the 30th anniversary of the Vienna World Conference on Human Rights. It delineates the Global Campus' consistent trajectory in capacity-building and awareness-raising efforts concerning human rights and democracy worldwide.

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Interview with EMA Global Campus Europe students representatives

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The Press Office had the opportunity to interview the two EMA Global Campus Europe students’ representatives Chiara Mongello and Vasil Ivanov about her experience in the Global Campus headquarters and about a sustainable future not only for Venice but for the world.

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Interview with Hélène Molinari

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The Press Office had the occasion to interview the Founder Helene Molinari about the work of the SUMUS community in Venice and abroad.

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