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INT'L SERVICE UNDERGRADUATE
SISU-270Introduction to Human Rights (3)
Course Level: Undergraduate
This course provides a broad overview of international human rights, beginning with an exploration of the philosophical and political foundations and then turning to the main principles of international human rights law and policy. The course also provides a solid grounding in the main United Nations and regional systems for human rights protection and promotion. In addition, students are introduced to the methodology of human rights fact-finding, including interview techniques and planning investigations Throughout the course, students are encouraged to think as both advocates and critics, and to explore whether and how they could make a productive contribution to this dynamic field. Usually offered every term. May be taken A-F only. Prerequisite: SISU-105 and no more than 90 credit hours.