Courses Handbook 2006 - [Archived]

306655 (v.1) SS 576 - International Relations (Protection of Human Rights and Freedoms)


Department of Social Sciences



Contact Hours:

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1 x 2 Hours Weekly


An overview of issues central to the theory and practice of human rights in international relations. Topics include an introduction to the concept and development of rights, an overview of the content and mechanisms of international human rights regimes, and an examination of issues that demonstrate how human rights function within the context of international politics.
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Field of Education:

090909 International Law

Funding Cluster:

01 - Law

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