In this course, you will explore contemporary human rights, in particular international human rights law. Human rights allow the international community to determine limits of what a State may do in relation to its nationals and aliens. You will consider the influences of international laws and political contexts as well as the overlap between the traditional effect of relations between States and the traditional effect of relations between the State and individuals. You will critique international systems and how human rights are implemented and enforced.
Students are required to timetable themselves into any tutorials for this course via the Student Timetabling System using the following link http://www1.rmit.edu.au/students/timetables. Allocation for classes is first in best dressed.
All relevant course materials are included.
Pen/pencil and notebook.
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