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Memory Sites and Human Rights

European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation via Canvas Network

Overview

In a world of violent conflicts where the truth on past and present abuses is often manipulated, creating memorials such as historic sites, monuments, museums or art projects helps us raise awareness of the suffering and embrace the ideal of "never again!"

Taught by

Maria Sonderéguer, Francesco Privitera and Veronica Gomez

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  • Anonymous

    Anonymous completed this course.

    The course provides an excellent overview of the legal, conceptual, historical, and practical underpinnings of memorialization processes. The course methodology and structure make it appropriate for those new to the topic of memory and human rights, as...
  • Anonymous

    Anonymous completed this course.

    The course is good enough that gives lots of insight regarding memorial sites & its concept. It is a great course to know about the tyranny rule in different nations, their struggle for democracy & the different types of discrimination regarding racism, religion etc that took place in the global history & how basic human rights are violated. The course is an attempt to not to repeat the violations of the human rights. The course is great. However I feel that some more insights regarding international human right laws may make the course better

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