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The report, entitled “Championing Education on Human Rights and Democratisation in the Times of Uncertainty”, features the history of the network, the achievements of its members around the world, the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, rights of children, connections with the arts, research and publications, as well as administrative data of the Global Campus.
In an unprecedentedly challenging year, the Global Campus of Human Rights added almost 200 graduates from our seven Master’s programmes to its 4,000-plus worldwide alumni. It organised dozens of professional training programmes, including free online courses (MOOCs), and hundreds of internships, seminars, workshops, and events across the world.
Achievement of the key goals for the academic year 2019/2020 was made possible by the resilience of staff and governing bodies in the Venice offices and regional hubs in Sarajevo, Pretoria, Bangkok, Yerevan, Buenos Aires and Beirut, the project in East Timor, and partner universities around the world.
The full report is available at the link below.