Courses Offered by the Graduate School of Law
|科目名 【英語】||Professional Studies in International Human Rights Law Ⅱ|
|担当教員 【日本語】||小畑 郁 ○|
|担当教員 【英語】||OBATA Kaoru ○|
|開講期・開講時間帯||春 火曜日 ２時限|
Spring Tue 2
|[Important] Students who wish to attend this seminar are strongly recommended to enroll it using the link at the bottom of this page!|
The first session of this seminar (jointly organized with Research of East Asian Law IIB) will be held at 10h30 on 21st April through Skype. Obata's Skype name can be found at the "page" after CANVAS membership registration.
International protection of human rights has largely developed under the auspices of the United Nations. Especially, international law in the field of human rights has much contributed to such developments.
This course is designed to provide students general knowledge of international human rights law in the first half part, and from such perspectives, to discuss rather specific problems/situations around the world in the second half part.
(The “international human rights law” include, for example, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, the Convention of the Rights of Child, etc.)
|This course aims both to develop understanding of international human rights law and to think about solutions for challenges of current human rights situations in the world.|
|Presentation and paper assignment. Details will be informed during the course.|
|Kalin and Kunzli, The Law of International Human Rights Protection , 2nd ed. OUP, 2019|
Necessary or relevant documents (other than the textbook copies) will be distributed during the course by the lecturer.
|Prepare for each class by previewing the new materials|
|This seminar is jointly organized with 264 Research of East Asian Law II B|