online, Italy

Authoring Justice

online course
when 3 June 2024 - 26 July 2024
language English
duration 8 weeks
fee EUR 800

The Global Campus of Human Rights is proud to launch its first-ever specialised online course called “Authoring Justice”. Designed for those eager to enrich their craft and embark on the journey of writing a book or long-form work, this course is for prospective authors who are keen on writing non-fiction narrative centered on a variety of human rights topics: from climate justice to gender equality; from racial justice to social justice at large.

Course leader

Under the guidance of Professor Andrew Leon Hanna, award winning author, participants will hear from a diverse group of international authors and publishers who will provide them with tailored feedback and writing tips over the course of 5 live webinars.

Target group

The course, open to participants from diverse backgrounds, nationalities and experiences, is tailored to resonate with all those who seek to harness the power of the written word for profound social change.

Course aim

Drawing inspiration from a collaborative environment that celebrates community, diversity and inclusivity, participants will reinforce their writing skills and methods while also getting practical advice on navigating the whole path from the first spark to publication.

Fee info

EUR 800: The fee includes: Tuition fee; Permanent access to our dedicated online learning platform and materials (even after the course ends); Combination of written and audio materials by Professor Andrew Leon Hanna; 5 live webinars with Professor Andrew Leon Hanna and renowned authors and publishers (see course programme); Tailored feedback by Professor Andrew Leon Hanna on assignments and Capstone Project; Certificate at the end of the course; Membership in a dedicated LinkedIn Group; Publication of excerpts from the Capstone Project in the Global Campus Magazine.
EUR 600: 25% Early rate discount for applications received and confirmed by 30 April 2024, Midnight CEST