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The course is intended to offer insights into the dynamics of the development of international human rights law. It provides advanced instruction in several key aspects of international human rights law (freedom from torture, freedom of religion, social rights, right to self-determination, etc.) in order to develop a critical understanding of the protection of human rights at the global level. It also seeks to shed light on the way the forces of globalisation and global civil society activism shape the conditions under which human rights law can be created and maintained.
|First Sub Session
|30 credits (15 ECTS credits)
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
1 three hour written examination (70%) and continuous assessment (3000 word essay) (30%).
1000-word written answer to a set question