EIUC Centro Inter Universitario

EIUC Centro Inter Universitario

Descrizione

The European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation (EIUC) is an interdisciplinary centre formed by 39 universities from all European Union Member States.
It is founded on a commitment to the realisation of the values enshrined in the European Union Charter of Fundamental Rights, the promotion of high-level interdisciplinary human rights education, research, training and culture, and a shared global understanding of human rights and democracy. EIUC is located in Venice, Italy.

EIUC’s mission is to foster a community of scholars, researchers and professionals to promote democracy and the implementation of human rights worldwide. EIUC advances innovative programmes and projects that contribute to: policy formation in Europe and assistance to neighbouring countries, democracy and good governance, promotion of the rule of law, and overseas development cooperation. EIUC is financed by the European Union through the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) and advised by major intergovernmental, non-governmental, regional and local strategic partners.

EIUC’s activities include:
Providing high level action-oriented and interdisciplinary education for students coming from all around the world
Developing advanced training with a view to meeting operational requirements for senior officials of international organisations, field personnel, and other human rights professionals
Creating a fertile environment for research and research cooperation and the transformation of results into feasible policies
Identifying processes and means of transferring academic and institutional expertise into the public sphere

Moreover EIUC is the reference institution for the E.MAlumni Association gathering more than 1130 graduates of the European Master’s Degree in Human Rights and Democratisation now working for governments, major international organisations, and non-governmental organisations all around the world.

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Professori

Albie Sachs
Albie Sachs
South African activist and former judge on the Constitutional Court of

Andrea Tamietti
Andrea Tamietti
Avvocato

Andreas Føllesdal
Andreas Føllesdal
Professor of Political Philosophy at the Norwegian Centre for Human Ri

Armin v. Bogdandy
Armin v. Bogdandy
Director of the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and In

Bruno Nascimbene
Bruno Nascimbene
Avvocato e Professore ordinario

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Storia

The European Inter–University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation (EIUC) is an interdisciplinary centre formed by 41 universities from all European Union Member States. It is founded on a commitment to the realisation of the values enshrined in the European Union Charter of Fundamental Rights, the promotion of high-level inter-disciplinary human rights education, research, training and culture, and a shared global understanding of human rights and democracy. EIUC is located in Venice, Italy.

By facilitating a pan-European pooling of expertise, EIUC’s mission is to foster a community of scholars, researchers and professionals, with the problem-solving capacities and creativity to promote democracy and the implementation of human rights worldwide. EIUC advances innovative models for programmes and projects that bridge theory and practice and are significant for determining human rights and democratisation policies in Europe, providing assistance to neighbouring countries, and promoting the rule of law, democratic principles and good governance through overseas development cooperation.

EIUC is the only European institution identified in the Regulation (EC) No. 1889/2006 of The European Parliament and of the Council on establishing a financing instrument for the promotion of democracy and human rights worldwide as beneficiary of EU operational funding in the financial perspective 2007-2013.

Supported by the European Union and advised by major intergovernmental, non-governmental, regional and local strategic partners EIUC’s activities include:
Providing high level action-oriented and interdisciplinary education for students worldwide;
Developing advanced training with a view to meeting operational requirements for senior officials of international organisations, field personnel, and other human rights professionals;
Identifying processes and means of transferring academic and institutional expertise into the public sphere, e.g. through the visual arts and mass media;
Creating a fertile environment for research and research cooperation and the transformation of results into realistic policies;
Representing a network of more than 1045 graduates of the European Master’s Degree in Human Rights and Democratisation now working for governments, major international organisations, and non-governmental organisations in and outside Europe.

Argomenti in cui è specializzato

Human Rights and Democratisation