General introduction to international human rights, as well as an overview of some specific topics in this field.
What you'll learn:
By the end of this course, you should be able to understand basic notions of public ethics and the law, as well as the concept and importance of human rights throughout history and in the current international context. You should also be able to identify and reflex on some specific issues in the human rights agenda, such as the rights of women, of the child, of indigenous peoples; the environment; terrorism and armed conflict; and sexual minorities, among others
This course is meant to be a general introduction to international human rights, as well as an overview of some specific topics in this field.
The first half of the course consists in: An introduction to basic notions of public ethics, the history of Human Rights, international instruments, categories of rights, Human Rights violations, protection and responsibility thereof.
The second part of the course deals with current issues in the human rights agenda such as: Rights of women, rights of the child, rights of indigenous peoples, armed conflicts and terrorism, the environment, transitional justice, sexual minorities.
The course consists of 33 lessons, each one lasting about 10 minutes. There's no time limit to complete it. We estimate that completing the course (watch all classes and answer all quizzes) takes about 7 hours in total.
We have experts from all around the world as visiting professors for some classes.
Since December 31, 2018, we will NOT deliver paid virtual certificates from the Universidad Diego Portales, even if it could say the opposite in the first and last video of the course. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause.
Vincent SAMARI is taking this course right now, spending 5 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be medium.
I would like to take this course related to human right but, what will happen at the end, after having finished these courses? wil I get a certificate at the end? And how can we have syllabus for learning here is my question
Tetiana Vorobiova completed this course, spending 1 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be easy.
I've taken this course a couple of years ago, but I still use the knowledge gained from this course. It is very well structured and convenient. As someone who has interest in the topic of Human Rights, but had no knowledge basis, I found this course to be a great foundation for further learning.