A Global Network of Researchers
The Global Campus is a dynamic international network which, in extension of its educational programmes, aims to analyse and develop solutions to current challenges and disseminate knowledge about new developments in the global and regional normative architecture related to human rights and democracy.
These goals are pursued through collaborate research initiatives and targeted capacity-building courses; the collection and dissemination of publications; and our system of networking and outreach.
In addition to comprehensive research conducted by scholars affiliated with our roughly 100 participating universities, the Global Campus also carries out a number of targeted joint research projects related to current developments and challenges in the field of human rights and democracy.
Global Campus scholars publish a wealth of innovative books and academic articles, which reflect the multi-disciplinarity and regional diversity of our network. Furthermore, the outputs of joint EIUC and Global Campus initiatives and research projects are published by the network. In the repository, you can find books, pamphlets, theses and articles written by our worldwide partners, experts, academics, and students.
Networking and Outreach
As an international community of human rights scholars and experts, the Global Campus aims at providing postgraduate interdisciplinary education to a growing body of students from all world regions. To reinforce this cooperation, a rich variety of networking and outreach activities in the areas of education, training, promotion and research are developed in the framework of a common programme of joint activities.
Repository of digital open access publications
The Open Knowledge Repository is a digital service that collects, preserves, and makes accessible all digital materials produced within the framework of the Global Campus of Human Rights. It contains an ever-growing collection of research outputs and educational materials, sustains open access for knowledge transfer, and fosters communication within and beyond academia.