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Academic courses / programs
Admissions to the 2020/2021 edition of the European Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation (EMA) are open! The program prepares participants for working in national, international, governmental, inter-governmental and non-governmental organisations as well as research institutions dealing with human rights and democratisation.
The Ph.D. program at the Kroc Institute empowers students to become outstanding scholars and teachers who contribute to a growing body of peacebuilding knowledge and practice with the goal of addressing violence and alleviating human suffering. All admitted students receive full funding. Apply by December 15.
The Asian Peacebuilders Scholarship, a shared initiative of The Nippon Foundation, the University for Peace (UPEACE), and Ateneo de Manila University (AdMU), trains young Asian professionals to become peacebuilding practitioners. Students selected to participate receive a full scholarship that covers tuition, airfare, transit, and a monthly stipend. Application deadline: August 16.
Emory University, in partnership with The Dalai Lama Trust and the Vana Foundation of India, will host the launch of Emory’s international SEE Learning (Social, Emotional and Ethical Learning) program in New Delhi, India, April 4-6. SEE Learning provides educators with a comprehensive framework for the cultivation of social, emotional and ethical competencies that can be used in K–12 education as well as higher education and professional education.
To combat religious illiteracy, six religion professors from Harvard University, Harvard Divinity School and Wellesley College are kicking off a free, online series on world religions open to the masses. The courses are being offered via an online learning platform called edX, which Harvard University launched with Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2012.