MA Human Rights & Duties

Chhattisgarh University
In Raipur

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  • Master
  • Raipur
  • Duration:
    2 Years
Description

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Starts Location
On request
Raipur
Boir-gaon kala,Gariaband Tehsil, Distt. Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India
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Course programme

MA Human Rights & Duties

This programme Human Rights & Duties are meant to overcome the worst inequalities among humans, such as racial domination, inequalities of power and wealth, gender inequalities, homophobia, subjection of minority cultural groups, colonialism, and other forms of prejudice and discrimination.

Subject Information
Lateral Entry : Not Available
Credit Transfer : Not Available
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Societal Issues of Human Rights & Duties in India
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Historical & Philosophical Perspectives of Human Rights & Duties
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Women and Human Rights & Duties
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Human Rights & Criminal Justice Systems
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Human Rights & Duties in India
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Human Rights & Duties in International & Regional Perspectives
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Development, Trade and Human Rights
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Peoples Right to Self Determination
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Dissertation/Field-Based Project Work

Career Opportunities
Human rights are an area of increasing concern and debate in many different areas of society, especially with the present pressures of globalization. Human rights issues are core concerns in the areas of trade, crime prevention, employment, international relations and rights of indigenous peoples, cultural identity, and legal processes. Other employment sectors are required to respect human rights and have comprehensive knowledge of human rights and related legislation. The civil service, the military, corrections services, and police forces have all instituted human rights training for their personnel in response to wide ranging criticism concerning their human rights records.

This is a correspondence course


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