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Master of Law: Private and Judicial Law, International Humanitarian Law
Master Good Governance and Pacific Conflict Resolution
The Master has a minimum duration of six months and maximum of one year. There is an extension option of another year, with cost ...
The Master has a minimum duration of 6 months and maximum 1 year. An extension option of another year, with cost ...
The Program “International protection of human rights” focuses on the study of international legal bases of human rights protection at the international, regional and national levels as well as on the activity of the human rights mechanisms of the UN system, on the regional systems of human rights protection, primarily, European, Inter-American and African human rights protection system.
Some impacts, structural changes and transformations can not happen without advocacy and influence strategies. In a world where softpower becomes more and more important, it is essential to know this form of power, to analyze it and to tame it. This path allows students to develop a political intelligence. Dreadful lawyers of the most vulnerable, graduates from this course will be able to analyze the actors' game; to influence the drivers and agents of change, and to build relevant and effective influence strategies, even in the most complex political environments.
The contexts of intervention become more complex and evolve very quickly. This path allows students to develop analytical and conceptual elasticity, giving a broad expression to creativity and therefore to innovation. True architect of the program, graduates from this course will be able to offer effective collaboration and / or sharing structures, manage multiple projects, support teams towards change, innovation and transformation.
Learn about human rights as a multidisciplinary field from history to activism, development, and more.
The Master Degree in Human Rights and the Ethics of International Cooperation is the result of a teaching collaboration between the following Departments: Law; Letters and Philosophy; Management, Economics and Quantitative Methods, and it is strictly related to the University Research Center for International Cooperation.
The Master’s Programme in Governance and Human Rights connects the theory of science with its practical application. Students learn to use good governance principles to protect human rights. The programme primarily uses e-learning tools and is also designed for professional students.
The programme offers a solid interdisciplinary and problem-oriented training to graduate students with diverse backgrounds who plan to work in the field of international cooperation and development.
The specialty of Law was established in 1996 at NSU. 50 students were accepted to full-time and part-time departments of Law specialty in the same year.
The Master’s Degree in Human Rights examines the history of rights, their basis in teaching, the way they influence law and their growing presence on the international scene.
The Arab Master is a unique one-year cross-regional programme. It is an intensive advanced course on Human Rights and Democracy with a focus on the Middle East and North Africa. The programme spans over two semesters across the Arab World: one semester in Beirut and another in one of the partner Arab university.
The master’s programme in International Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER) focuses on current international developments and research perspectives in migration and ethnic relations; the effects of globalisation and human mobility on societies, groups and individuals; the social and political adaptation and integration of ethnic minorities in different societies; issues of inclusion and exclusion of immigrants; majority-minority relations; philosophical and ethical perspectives on life in diverse and complex societies.