The Master of Human Rights will equip you with the knowledge and skills to make a difference on a local, national and global scale.
Programme code: AK1023
Duration: 1 year full-time (including Summer School)
Venue: City Campus
Start dates: 18 February 2018
The Master of Human Rights provides you with an advanced qualification in human rights research, advocacy and practice. It draws on a range of disciplines to equip you with both theoretical knowledge and practical skills in human rights and related subjects.
This full-time programme is being delivered as a block course. It has been designed to build on your knowledge as you progress through the papers and to make the best use of time with our guest lecturers.
Career opportunities for graduates include human rights work in government, policy agencies, national human rights institutions, and international and national NGOs.
SOSC801 Human Rights in Global Context
SOSC802 Human Rights in New Zealand: History, Institutions and Impact
SOSC803 Special Topic in Human Rights
SOSC804 Human Rights Communication and Advocacy: Theory and Practice
SOSC805 Human Rights Policy and Analysis
SOSC806 Human Rights Research Methods
SOSC997 Applied Research Project
Dr Jane Verbitsky
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Last updated: 19-Jul-2017 1.16pm
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