CRIM 308: Human Rights and Justice
CRIM 308-DL1: Human Rights and Justice
Section Information for Fall 2022
CRIM 308 DL1 is an asynchronous distance education section. Students do not need to be online on any particular days or times.
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Course Information from the University Catalog
Studies the norms, laws, and systems for the promotion and protection of human rights. Provides a foundation for understanding historical, legal, political, economic, and ethical aspects of human rights. Examines ideological and cultural perspectives, sources of violations, the United Nations, regional and national mechanisms, special issues (e.g., women, torture, children, minorities), and the role of nongovernmental organizations. Limited to three attempts.
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