This course enables you to consider the relationship between development, human rights and global justice. It adopts an interdisciplinary approach which critically examines the place of law within its wider political, social, economic and global contexts and its engagement with citizenship (and migration), gender, employment, economics and environmental regulation. You will develop skills in social and legal policy analyses, state governance reform, human rights and public international law, reflexive public advocacy or cause lawyering, and working with people’s movements.
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