Human Rights StudiesKing's University College at The University of Western Ontario
Human Rights Studies
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Human Rights Studies
Human Rights are predicated upon the belief that every human being deserves to be treated with equal dignity, and that every person has inherent value. But how do we move towards these goals? Human Rights Studies interrogate how we fulfill these ideals, but also how we fail to do so in different times and places. It equips students with the intellectual and practical skills they need to explore, understand, and act-to become protagonists in the equal granting of all human beings the status and the rights associated with their being.
- Completion of first-year requirements with no failures.
- Students must have an average of at least 60% in 3.0 principal courses, including a minimum grade of 60% in one of the participating disciplines or a 0.5 credit in a level essay course, and no mark in any other principal course below 60%.
- 6.0 courses:
- Human Rights
- Human Rights Studies
- Religious Studies
- course in History
- Applied or Experiential Learning
- In choice of SJPS, Sociology, Political Science, or Women Studies
- In Capstone Seminar
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Studying human rights at King’s will provide students with the subject knowledge and practical skills needed to:
- engage in informed debate over the historical origins and development of human rights, including the philosophical and ethical foundations of our modern human rights system
- identify theoretical and practical questions around the effectiveness of human rights laws and policies in practice
- consider the nature of human rights through different disciplinary and theoretical perspective
- use historical and contemporary examples to formulate an argument on the universality of human rights (as an idea) and of the modern system of human rights (in practice)
- articulate an understanding of the ways in which different groups and individuals around the globe have historically fought for greater human rights protection
About this institute
King's University College at The University of Western Ontario
Founded in 1954, King’s University College at Western University is a Catholic, liberal arts university college affiliated with a large, world-class university. King’s students enjoy small classes led by outstanding faculty on a small, beautiful campus while enjoying the experiences...
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