NAME OF THE COURSE: HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
PROFESSOR: Prof. Di Bari Michele
TEACHING HOURS: 24
SINGLE COURSE UNIT: The Course unit can be attended under the option Single Course unit attendance.
The course aims to provide students with the tools and legal knowledge necessary to tackle the study of international humanitarian law, and international human rights law in its various forms. After an introduction to legal subjects and to the system of sources of law (internal and international), particular attention will be devoted to the evolution of the international cooperation through the UN mission and Agencies. Students will develop the essential knowledge to understand the functioning of the modern international human rights law system.
The international community and international operations; the subjects of international law and their responsibilities; the United Nations and its Agencies; the role of the International Criminal Court in prosecuting gross violations of human rights; the new instrument in international human rights law, with a specific focus on new categories of human rights (e.g., identity rights, climate justice).
Lectures. Seminars and workshops
PROGRAM FOR NON-ATTENDING STUDENTS:
Written exam, multiple choice test.
-SURYA P. SUBEDI, The Effectiveness of the UN Human Rights System: Reform and the Judicialisation of Human Rights, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2019
– Riccardo Pisillo Mazzeschi, Diritto internazionale dei diritti umani. Teoria e prassi, Giappichelli, ultima edizione.
-Materials will be also provided by Professor Michele Di Bari
Students attending the course do not need to buy any book.
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