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Legal Human Academy combines expertise on human rights and sustainability with accelerated learning. This approach includes the development of new key competences such as self-awareness, inter-personal relations and high level of communicative skills. We work internationally, multidisciplinary and support the UN Sustainable Development Goals, focusing democray, transparency and freedom of expression.

Inger Høedt-Rasmussen and Dirk Voorhoof

Meaning and happiness come from doing what you enjoy,
what you are good at, and what you believe in,
with people you like,
who are good at what they do, and who believe in you.” Christopher Ward

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Legal Human Academy in Luxembourg - In the week of 12-15 March 2018 we have been lecturing at the University of Luxembourg, on invitation by prof. Mark Cole and prof. Katarina Pantazatou. ... Read More
Recommendation on Internet Intermediaries - On 7 March 2018 the Committee of Ministers has adopted the Recommendation on the roles and responsibilities of internet intermediaries. A Committee of experts on internet intermediaries ... Read More
Read this article! - In its Spring 2018 issue Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights published: Whisteblowing for sustainable democracy, by Inger Hoedt-Rasmussen and Dirk Voorhoof. The need for protection of whistleblowing is argued ... Read More
Watch this video! - Legal Human Academy gave a workshop on rights and ethics for journalists at Bond University (Queensland, Australia), and prof. Mark Pearson of Griffith University (Gold Coast, ... Read More
Legal Human Academy in Australia - During our journey in Australia we have been lecturing and had meetings at Melbourne University Law School and University West Australia UWA in Perth. We ... Read More