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Law (LAWS)

Department of Law
Faculty of Public Affairs

LAWS 4604 [0.5 credit]

International Human Rights

The developing international law relating to the protection of human rights. General concepts, rules and institutions. Specific issues include self-determination, aboriginal rights, the refugee problem, and torture. The inherent problems and overall potential of international law.
Prerequisite: LAWS 2105, LAWS 3503, LAWS 3503 [1.0] (no longer offered), LAWS 3509, LAWS 3603, or LAWS 3603 [1.0] (no longer offered).
Lectures three hours a week.

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