European inter university centre for human rights

Summer school in cinema human rights and advocacy

The Degree in Archaeology is proposed as an interuniversity degree shared by the Universities of Granada, Seville and Jaén with the aim of training you in the knowledge of history and to qualify you for the application of archaeological procedures of historical interpretation, from prehistory to contemporary times.

You can also take advantage of the complementary transversal and unique training offered by the University of Jaén and all the activities aimed at improving your personal and professional projection that the UJA provides associated with this degree.

The Institute also develops numerous research projects, which have a direct impact on the training of students and offers the possibility of carrying out regulated internships in excavations, surveys and other activities related to Archaeology.

It is equipped with a large storage and processing area for archaeological material that allows direct access to an open and complete collection of materials directly applicable to university teaching.

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Philippe Joseph Sands QC (Queen’s Counsel) (born October 17, 1960 in London) is a British and French barrister of Matrix Chambers,[1] and Professor of Law and Director of the Centre for International Courts and Tribunals at University College London.[2] A specialist in international law, he has practised as a barrister before many international courts and tribunals, including the International Court of Justice, the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, the European Court of Justice, the European Court of Human Rights and the International Criminal Court.[1] From 1984 to 1988, Sands worked as a research associate at St. Catherine’s College, Cambridge and at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law (now the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law) at the University of Cambridge.

From 1984 to 1988, Sands worked as a research associate at St. Catherine’s College , Cambridge and at the Cambridge University International Law Research Centre (now the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law). He has also held academic posts at Kings College London (1988-1993) and the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) (1993-2001). He was Professor of Law at New York University School of Law (1993-2001) and held visiting professorships at the University of Paris I Sorbonne, the University of Melbourne, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Indiana University at Bloomington, the University of Toronto, Boston College Law School and the University of Lviv.

Ema derechos humanos

Los estudiantes reciben clases de destacados académicos que representan a las universidades participantes de la EMA, expertos y representantes de organizaciones internacionales y ONG, mientras estudian en un entorno multicultural.

El plan de estudios prepara a los participantes para trabajar en organizaciones nacionales, internacionales, gubernamentales, intergubernamentales y no gubernamentales, así como en instituciones de investigación relacionadas con los derechos humanos y la democratización.

Los solicitantes que completen los requisitos de acceso a la titulación con posterioridad a la fecha límite de solicitud deberán presentar un certificado de notas actualizado. La eventual admisión en el programa está condicionada a la recepción de la documentación del título completado (antes del 31 de agosto).

El primer semestre tiene lugar en las instalaciones del Campus Global de Derechos Humanos en Venecia desde mediados de septiembre hasta finales de enero. Los estudiantes reciben clases de académicos de las 42 universidades participantes en la EMA, así como de expertos y representantes de OIG y ONG. El plan de estudios del primer semestre consta de un programa básico organizado en cinco secciones temáticas, una serie de cursos optativos y actividades de capacitación y el viaje de estudios a Kosovo.

Arab master in human rights and democracy

develop it activities in the field of penal, criminological and politico-criminal disciplines. a university Center of scientific research and technical, as well as of specialization, that it tries to develop his activities in the field of the penal disciplines.

In this paper he presents an analysis of the conditions that have contributed to the democratic ungovernability in Ecuador in the period 1978-2007.

and discussion of the research study The judiciary as a new political actor in Latin America by Elena Martínez Barahona, PhD, assistant professor in the area of Political Science and researcher at the Instituto Interuniversitario de Iberoamérica of the Instituto Interuniversitario de Iberoamérica, Madrid, Spain.

and discussion of the research study The judiciary as a new political actor in Latin America by Elena Martínez Barahona, Assistant Lecturer and Ph.D. in the area of Political Science and researcher at the Inter-university Institute of Ibero-American Studies