GLBL 260 A - Global Human Rights
Examines how ideas about human rights are defined and how they are differentially deployed. Looks at human rights claims and crises, and examines how governmental and non-governmental individuals and organizations have sought to deal with human rights violations in order to address problems of justice, retribution, and reconciliation at personal, national, and international levels.
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Undergraduate