NUJS Course on “International Human Rights: A Comparative Analysis”
Dates: 7th – 14th December 2017
This course is a study of comparative human rights primarily between India and other regions of the world.
- To develop participants´ knowledge of how rights are formed at international, regional and national levels.
- To be able to critically analyze rights frameworks and their domestic implementation.
- To understand human rights at regional and country levels through an in-depth study of jurisprudence and procedural laws in relation to India.
- To understand how and why the implementation of international human rights norms differs between India and other countries and regions by considering historical and other differences.
- To understand some of the cultural and historical differences between India,Europe and other regions through a study of case law and newspaper/media articles, and link this back to legal and other jurisprudential questions.
Who can attend?
- Under-graduate and post-graduate students, researchers and teachers of international law and criminal law;
- Legal practitioners and judges;
- Lawyers, advocates, judges, NGO workers and other involved in the protection of human rights.
- Students from WBNUJS: Free of cost
- Indian students from other institutions: INR 1000 (40 seats on first come first basis)
- Academics, researchers, social activists, legal practitioners and others: INR 1500
Note: The abovementioned fees will include all instructional materials, computer use for tutorials and free internet facility throughout the duration of the course.
Last date of receipt of payment is November 30, 2017.
Dr. Adam Dubin, M.A., J.D., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Law and Director of the Masters Program in International and European Business Law, Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Madrid, Spain, Adjunct Professor of Politics, New York University Madrid.
He is a full-time law professor at Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Spain´s number one ranked law school. At Comillas, he teaches in the International Public Law Department and directs a Master's program in International and European Business Law. He also directs a program on human rights in Sub-Saharan Africa. In addition, Dr. Dubin is an Adjunct Professor of Politics at New York University´s Madrid Campus.
Dr. Kavita Singh
Associate Professor (Law), NUJS
Mob - +91-9433610382
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