Human rights are under pressure in many places across the globe. Peaceful protests are violently quashed. Voting is tampered with. And minorities are often excluded from decision-making. All of this threatens the ideal of an open society in which each of us can be free and participate equally. A solid protection of human rights is needed for an open society to exist and to flourish. But it is often an uphill battle to work towards that ideal. Equip yourself and learn more about what human rights are and how they work.
Human Rights for Open SocietiesUtrecht University
About this Course
Founded in 1636 and located in the heart of the Netherlands, Utrecht University is one of Europe's leading research universities, recognised internationally for a high-quality, innovative approach to research and teaching. Studying at Utrecht University means studying at one of the world's best universities, with a total student body of around 30,000 students and 12 Nobel prize winners.Utrecht University offers over 90 graduate programmes (MSc, MA) and 12 undergraduate programmes (BSc, BA, LLM). All programmes are fully English-taught, and cover a wide range of academic disciplines including Natural Sciences, Law, Governance, Life Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences and Earth Sciences.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM HUMAN RIGHTS FOR OPEN SOCIETIES
Interesting course and fun to see stated the rights we have in America stated as human rights for all open societies.
Great and engaging course that provided the legal knowledge I was looking for. Thank you.
In this course of Europeen Convenction of human rights i learned valuable basic knowledge that open our eyes about our rights and how to defend . That we need in our life . Thanks a lot
Its really worth every single people for better understanding of fundamental rights
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