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Title: INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS
Description: This course is an advanced survey of internationally recognized human rights. The emphasis in the course is on the application or protection or implementation of these recognized rights, although at the start we pay attention to arguments about the origins of human rights and whether they reflect western cultural imperialism. The course and its textbook are organized according to two ideas: actors that affect human rights, and levels of analysis. Thus one finds global actors like United Nations agencies and criminal courts with global impact; regional actors like the European Union; national actors like states and their foreign policies; sub-national or transnational non-profit actors like Amnesty International; sub-national or transnational for-profit corporations like Levi Strauss; etc. The basic questions addressed by the course are: why do some rights receive extensive protective efforts but not others; what makes protective efforts effective?
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Name: David Forsythe
Online Course: No
Affiliation: University of Nebraska
Field: Applied,Cultural
Material Type: Syllabus
Course Level: Intermediate
Student Type: Undergraduate
Class Size: Up to 20
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