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The five E.MA Awarded Theses for the Academic Year 2001/2002 are:
Asif Afridi, Unveiling Islam in the media: a critical examination of the under-representation of Islam in British media
Laure Amoyel, Mainstreaming human rights in the European Investment Bank
José Marìa Arraiza, Serb Participation in the provisional institutions of self-government of Kosovo
Christina Binder, Indigenous peoples and their lands. International standards and Domestic implementation. The case of the Atlantic coast of Nicaragua
Elizabeth Mcarthur, Liberty and security: the state’s dilemma. September 11th and the UK response to terrorism
E.MA Awarded Theses Collection
In September 2000, the European Master Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation has launched a new publication: The E.MA Awarded Theses for each Academic Year.
Each academic year the E.MA Council selects 5 outstanding theses for this annual publication on the basis of their academic quality, originality, and contribution to the promotion and implementation of human rights and democratic values.