Congratulations to our students for receiving the Diplomas of the Arab Master in Democracy and Human Rights during the Graduation Ceremony held at the Auditorium of Santa Margherita in Venice yesterday, 6 July 2017.
The Ceremony for the Awarding of Diplomas of the Arab Master in Democracy and Human Rights marked the closing of the third edition of the programme (academic year 2016-2017).
The Arab Master seeks to advance human rights and democratic change in the Middle-East and North Africa by training a growing number of high-professionals in democratic governance and human rights and by strengthening a network of practitioners, experts and academics working throughout the region.
The Ceremony was organised by the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation (EIUC) with Ca’ Foscari University in Venice, the University of Saint Joseph in Beirut, Lebanon, Birzeit University in Palestine, University of Carthage in Tunis, Tunisia, the International University of Rabat, Morocco, in partnership with the Danish Institute for Human Rights. This event is part of the activities realised within the Global Campus of Human Rights, a network of one hundred participating universities and seven Regional Master’s programmes on Human rights and Democratisation, funded by the European Union.