BLB1101 - Australian Legal System in Context
BLB1114 - Legal Research Methods
|1.||Contextualise theoretical and technical knowledge of international human rights law and international institutions and enforcement mechanisms under the UN system through collaboratively analysing of contemporary issues;|
|2.||Analyse and evaluate the effectiveness of international institutions in terms of functions, processes and outcomes;|
|3.||Identify and analyse the challenges associated with, complex problems in human rights law from theoretical and practical perspectives and propose creative alternatives;|
|4.||Contextualise and interpret the interface between international and domestic law and, the implications of international human rights law for Australian domestic law and practice; and|
|5.||Advocate creative solutions by generating and transmitting cultural awareness around concepts of universality of human rights and the substance of universal human rights in diverse cultural contexts.|
|Assignment||500 word assignment plan||10%|
|Assignment||1500 word Research Paper||25%|
The International Law of Human Rights, 2nd
McBeth, Nolan and Rice, 2017
Oxford University Press
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