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and democratisation with us
The Asia Pacific Master of Arts in Human Rights and Democratisation (APMA) is a one-year graduate program that reflects the inseparable links between human rights, democratization, and peace and development in the Asia Pacific region.
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Be part of change. Study human rights with the APMA program. Applications now open. Scholarships are available.
Malaysia can help give Rohingya refugee children a better future by assuring their right to education, writes APMA 2020 student Kenny Yudo.
APMA 2020 student Sharmila Bhandari argues that the continued practice of chaupadi in Nepal can only end in misery for women and girls.
Not wearing masks put other people at risk, asserts APMA student Mubei Li.
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“The APMA programme helped me place one foot ahead in the human rights movement in the Asia Pacific region.”
Adity Karki (Nepal), APMA 2017-2018
“This one-year programme is the perfect package to enhance your knowledge and expertise!”
Mahesti Hasanah (Indonesia), APMA 2018-2019