Human Rights Governance: Theory and Practice of Mu..
Human Rights Governance: Theory and Practice of Multi-level governance
Start date: Sep 1, 2016,
End date: Aug 31, 2019
The proposed Jean Monnet project is an advanced, interdisciplinary and policy-oriented 6 ECT MA course ("Human Rights Governance: Theory and Practice of Multi-level Governance") within a recently created and fully English taught MA programme "Human Rights and Multi-level Governance”. It will provide to an internationally constituted student body a policy-driven and applied framework with the aim to familiarise with a number of concepts (such as multi-level governance, statehood, regionalism, dialogues and competences), to identify and assess structural characteristics of European and international organisations for human rights and peace as well as to explore and evaluate practices of MLG, regionalism, intercultural and human rights dialogue and competence-driven activities which are relevant in the current multipolar and multilateral world as well as in the European/EU context. The course will benefit from an innovative mixture of pedagogical approaches ranging from lectures, thematic discussion seminars, students' oral presentations and the writing of research papers, all supported by an active use of a Moodle Platform. Course work will be complemented by visiting lecturers, activities in the Human Rights Centre and study visits.
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