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  • University of Tasmania

    TAS-HSS207 | Undergraduate

    Start dates

    • 09 Jan 2023
  • La Trobe University

    Start dates

    • 27 Feb 2023
  • La Trobe University

    LTU-LST3LSJ | Undergraduate

    Start dates

    • 31 Jul 2023
  • La Trobe University

    Start dates

    • 31 Jul 2023
  • Curtin University

    CUR-CHRE507 | Postgraduate

    Balance the relationship between human rights and economic development concerns.Learn how development was used to justify human rights abuses. Probe colonialist and anti-colonialist ways of thinking. Identify environmental development issues.

    Start dates

    • 27 Feb 2023
  • Curtin University

    CUR-CHRE509 | Postgraduate

    Navigate the politics of forced migration. Critique and deconstruct theories and literature about refugee rights. Seek a legal perspective on Australia's asylum policies.Shore up a better understanding of refugee rights activism and advocacy.

    Start dates

    • 27 Feb 2023
  • University of South Australia

    Trace the 20th century history of Indigenous Australians' relationship with the government. Get a background on government policies and the Stolen Generations. Hear about key protests. Draw on historical materials such as government archival sources.

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    • Future dates pending. Save this course to easily check back on availability.
  • Curtin University

    Be emboldened by theories of power, change and social movement. Relive historical fights including the US civil rights struggle and the Algerian independence movement.Evaluate the role advocacy groups and activism play in fighting for human rights.

    Start dates

    • 17 Jul 2023
  • Curtin University

    CUR-CHRE510 | Postgraduate

    Come to grips with the key challenges facing the Indigenous rights movement.Survey factors including gender, youth and social change. Unearth ongoing land rights issues. Identify the role of the media and the government.

    Start dates

    • 17 Jul 2023
  • Curtin University

    View human rights through the lenses of religious and cultural beliefs.Return to the Enlightenment and the birth of human rights. Adopt Buddhist, Christian and Islamic approaches. Ask how these perspectives intersect with the field of education.

    Start dates

    • 17 Jul 2023