|1.||Reflect upon the meaning of Human Rights and the development of human rights frameworks|
|2.||Explore a range of frameworks and approaches to human rights practice|
|3.||Articulate the role of power and politics in human rights|
|4.||Outline the role played by civil society in human rights practice|
|5.||Discuss the major instruments that protect human rights|
|6.||Demonstrate the use of academic writing and referencing|
|Other||Reflective Writing (approx 400 words)||25%|
|Essay||Essay (1200 words)||40%|
|Presentation||Presentation in groups of 4 (approx 5 minutes each person plus question time)||35%|
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