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Enrol in the Human Rights Level 3 Advanced Diploma to deepen your understanding of human rights principles, laws, and practices. Whether you are a seasoned advocate or new to the field, this course provides a comprehensive and ethical framework for engaging with human rights issues globally.

Course Price:
Original price was: £194.00.Current price is: £19.99.
Course Duration:
4 hours, 8 minutes
Total Lectures:
36
Total Students:
37
Average Rating:
4.5
The Human Rights Level 3 Advanced Diploma is a comprehensive exploration of the principles, laws, and practices surrounding human rights. From understanding the fundamental concepts to delving into specific issues and contemporary challenges, this course equips participants with in-depth knowledge and skills. Covering international human rights law, the UK's human rights landscape, and ethical considerations, the programme provides a holistic perspective on human rights advocacy and practice.

What Will You Learn?

  • Gain a thorough understanding of the principles and foundations of human rights.
  • Explore international human rights law and its implications.
  • Examine the landscape of human rights in the UK.
  • Address specific human rights issues affecting communities globally.
  • Learn about effective human rights advocacy strategies and practices.
  • Analyze contemporary challenges impacting the advancement of human rights.
  • Consider the ethical dimensions of human rights work.

Who Should Take The Course?

  • Human rights advocates and activists seeking advanced knowledge.
  • Legal professionals and practitioners interested in human rights law.
  • Students and researchers exploring the multifaceted field of human rights.
  • Professionals in NGOs and governmental agencies involved in human rights work.

Requirements

  • A basic understanding of human rights concepts (recommended but not mandatory).
  • Access to a computer or device with internet connectivity for online course participation.
  • Enthusiasm for advancing knowledge and contributing to human rights practices.
  • No specific academic or professional background required; open to all interested individuals.

Course Curriculum

    • Introduction to the concept of human rights 00:07:00
    • Historical development of human rights 00:05:00
    • Key international human rights instruments and treaties 00:06:00
    • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights 00:05:00
    • Human rights principles and values 00:05:00
    • Overview of international human rights law 00:05:00
    • The role of the United Nations in human rights protection 00:05:00
    • European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) 00:06:00
    • International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) 00:05:00
    • International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR) 00:06:00
    • The Human Rights Act 1998 00:05:00
    • The European Convention on Human Rights and UK law 00:05:00
    • Devolution and human rights in Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland 00:06:00
    • UK case law and landmark human rights cases 00:06:00
    • Human rights institutions in the UK 00:06:00
    • Right to life and capital punishment 00:06:00
    • Freedom of expression and media rights 00:06:00
    • Rights of minorities and discrimination 00:05:00
    • Gender equality and women’s rights 00:05:00
    • LGBTQ+ rights and discrimination 00:05:00
    • Human rights advocacy strategies 00:05:00
    • Human rights research and documentation 00:06:00
    • Working with human rights organizations 00:05:00
    • Case studies in human rights advocacy 00:06:00
    • Preparing and presenting human rights reports 00:06:00
    • Human rights in the digital age 00:06:00
    • Refugee and migrant rights 00:05:00
    • Environmental rights and climate justice 00:06:00
    • Terrorism and national security vs. civil liberties 00:05:00
    • Emerging global human rights challenges 00:06:00
    • Ethical dilemmas in human rights work 00:06:00
    • Cultural relativism vs. universalism 00:08:00
    • Human rights and business ethics 00:07:00
    • The role of NGOs and civil society in upholding ethics 00:06:00
    • Exam of Human Rights Level 3 Advanced Diploma 00:50:00
    • Order Certificate 00:05:00

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