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The UN Convention of the Rights of the Child, Children's Rights, and Global Health, RÄSE01

First Cycle. Sociology of law. Autumn semester.
RÄSE01, The UN Convention of the Rights of the Child, Children's Rights, and Global Health, 7.5 credits

Only exchange students can apply to the course in the autumn semester of 2020.

RÄSE01 is an online course in English.

The course provides a basis and preconditions to constructively and critically reflect on the interplay between global health, the Convention of the Rights of the Child, and different international and national norm supporting structures. The course offers basic knowledge of the contents of the Convention of the Rights of the Child and global health, and also discusses the interplay between the Convention on the
Rights of the Child and global health. Furthermore, the course discusses the importance of the Convention for the development of children's rights and living conditions, policies, strategies and laws.

The Convention of the Rights of the Child was admitted by the UN General Assembly 1989. The convention has had importance for the development of children's rights, living conditions, policies, strategies and laws in many countries around the world. Also Agenda 2030 is of importance for the realisation of children's rights and living conditions around the world. There is a number of different international
organisations with assignments promoting the global health such as WHO and UNICEF.

The course is assessed on the basis of an individual written assignment and an oral presentation.

 

Syllabus for the course The UN Convention of the Rights of the Child, Children's Rights, and Global Health

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