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The Arab Master in Democracy and Human Rights is open for applications.
The Master is a multidisciplinary programme offered by leading experts in the field and a consortium of universities including St Joseph University (Lebanon) , the International University of Rabat (Morocco), Birzeit University (Palestine), University of Carthage (Tunisia), the University of Jordan (Jordan), the European Inter-University Centre (Italy), and a growing network of partner Universities across the region. It is supported by the European Union and the Danish Institute for Human Rights.
Open to professionals and graduates, it combines a theoretical and practical approach. The first semester from September 2018 until January 2019 is held at Saint Joseph University in Beirut. During the second semester, students will be placed in one of the Universities of the Consortium on the basis of their research and internship interests as well as the expertise of the partner universities.
The Master aims to:
- Create high-profile experts in the fields of democratic governance and the protection of human rights, allowing them to act as promoters of a process leading to the affirmation of the democratic principles;
- Foster the creation of an elite group of professionals committed to the promotion of democratic institutions;
- Build a network of experts active in political institutions, national and international, governmental and non-governmental organisations engaging and working in the Arab World.
Fees: 4,000.00 Euro.
The Master offers financial support. It is awarded to a limited number of students on the basis of academic achievement, need and geographical distribution.
More information on the Master, admission criteria and the programme can be found here: http://arma-isp.usj.edu.lb/
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