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Starting Over showcases photographs and stories of success from refugees in various parts of Germany. The photo exhibit brings to life their colorful journeys from fear and uncertainty to fruitful new beginnings.  It is a celebration of human resilience and strength. The exhibit represents a broa...

The symposium on gender in peacekeeping and transitional justice on 4 May 2018 was met with a lot of interest from students of the MA programme and other degree courses at the university. The speakers questioned hegemonic approaches to these processes and engaged in animated discussions with the aud...

As part of the program's non-discrimination seminar, a required course in the second semester of the human rights master's, students create working groups to address issues of discrimination in the community. This year, three students formed a working group to address issues of discrimination in the...

A group from the current batch of our MA Human Rights programme is organising a discussion on diversity in the workplace that will consider, among others, the meaning of diversity, the role of unconscious bias in job recruitment, and what can be done to address discrimination in the hiring process. ...

14 people of this year's class went on an excursion to Berlin for two days to meet professionals in the field of human rights work. Officials of Human Rights Watch, the German Anti-Discrimination Agency, the German Foreign Office and the German Institute for Human Rights as well as Bärbel Kofler, th...