Master in Children's Rights University of Geneva

Through an interdisciplinary curriculum and active student participation, the Master in Children's Rights provides the theoretical and practical knowledge necessary to understand the major transformations that have affected the status of children over time. Students can also benefit from the programme's close ties the International Institute for Children’s Rights (IDE) in Sion. 

Master of Laws University of Geneva

The University of Geneva (UNIGE) is Switzerland’s second largest university, and an institution which stands out as one of the 100 best universities in the world with strong international reputation, both for the quality of its research and the excellence of its education. The Faculty of Law hosts several research centers, including the Centre for Banking and Financial Law, the Centre for European Legal Studies and the Art Law Centre, and offers a wide variety of academic courses covering all areas of law, with a strong focus on international and comparative law.

LL.M in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights - Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights 

The LL.M in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights is a unique programme for students who wish to understand all branches of international law applicable to situations of armed conflict and to grasp fully the interplay between them. Students will have the opportunity to follow courses and seminars, taught by renowned professors and lectures, internationally recognized for their expertise. 

Master of Advanced Studies in Transitional Justice, Human Rights and the Rule of Law 

The Transitional Justice, Human Rights and the Rule of Law MAS is a unique opportunity for students who seek to understand how the rule of law can be re-established in a country which struggles with the aftermath of violent conflict or oppressive rule. This programme provides both the comprehensive theoretical expertise and the practical perspective, necessary to pursue a career in the growing transitional justice sector.

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