We organise and take part in different activities as well as one-off projects led by alumni themselves.
These range from yearly activities for current E.MA students to personal and professional development events for all alumni.
We also engage in ad hoc human rights and democracy actions, offering our expertise and network to support a cause.
Find out more about our activities below
Career and well-being webinars
Yearly, we organise two webinars in spring: one on human rights careers and one on well-being. We invite EMAlumni to share their experience and give some tips , from CV preparation to stress management. Read about the 2020 edition and the 2021 edition.
Registrations open in February, stay tuned.
The Skills Share is a yearly activity the EMAlumni Association organises in cooperation with Global Campus Europe. In October, we go to the Lido campus and offer current EMA students a one-day seminar on skills relevant to working in the field of human rights and democratisation.
The Jobs Board is an alumni-led forum where job offers can be shared and consulted. EMAlumni, with their members’ login, can access the jobs board and post career opportunities for fellow EMAlumni. We encourage posting about remunerated jobs – understanding that unpaid internships are still unfortunately common and that for many EMAlumni they’re often the main option to gain experience. Go to the jobs board.
The Careers Day is a project run by the EMAlumni association and organised with the support of the Global Campus Europe (GCE). The aim of the Career Day is to provide current students of the EMA programme with guidance on potential career opportunities in the field of human rights and democracy through an exchange of experience with alumni who act as keynote speakers and facilitators to discuss and share knowledge, and advice, on the broad range of career choices that human rights professions can offer. Check out previous editions of Careers Day.