Human Rights and DemocratisationMaster's degree

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      Career Opportunities

      The aim of this Master's Degree is to train professionals from different disciplines to be able to work in the defence and promotion of human rights and democracy both at home and abroad.

      When students graduate, they have a high level of expertise in the different mechanisms for the protection and promotion of human rights, having acquired the necessary competences to design, plan and manage programmes for the protection and promotion of human rights or to participate in existing mechanisms. Given the interdisciplinary nature of the Master’s course, these professionals are trained to work in the different areas in which human rights and democracy are protected and promoted.

       

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      Work in non-governmental organisations

      Those engaged in the protection and promotion of human rights, ranging from those engaged in human rights awareness-raising and education to those working directly with victims of human rights violations.

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      Work in public bodies

      From the different States involved in the protection and promotion of human rights (Ombudsman's Offices, Ministries that have human rights within their spheres of competence…).

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      Work in International Organisations

      Such as the United Nations, the European Union, the Council of Europe or the Organisation of American States (OAS), all of which have specific competences in the protection and promotion of human rights.

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      Work in academic institutions

      From universities or research centres to think-tanks, which are dedicated to research and teaching in the field of human rights and democracy.

      Professional field

      A survey on EMA graduates’ career performance gave the following results:

      29%were working in international organisations

      27%working in non-profit organisations

      17%working in Education

      16%working in government organisations

      10% work in othera areas

      Degree to which their current job is related to the EMA.

      The following percentages show the degree to which their current job is related to the EMA:

      44% of graduates work in a field closely related to the EMA.

      22%work in a field that is quite related to the EMA.

      19% work in a field that is not closely related to the EMA.

      15%work in fields that have little or no relation with the EMA.

      The survey was carried out with 200 former studentswho responded voluntarily.