人權與法律-謝國欣老師

分類:國際暑期大學第一期-2014年 建立於 2016-01-06, 週三 05:49
 

課程名稱

Course name

at least in English, additionally in Chinese preferred

() 人權與法律

(Eng.) Human Rights and Law

開課老師所屬單位

Offering dept. and university

Department / faculty:

College of Law

授課教師資料

Offering teacher’s information

Name: KUO-HSING HSIEH

Tel. / mobile phone number: 05-2720411 ext. 35133

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學經歷

Curriculum Vitae

Education:

Ph.D. in Law, University of Edinburgh, U.K.

LL.M. National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Professional Appointments:

Assistant Professor, National Chung Cheng University

Assistant Professor,Macau University of Science and Technology

Other qualification:

合作開課老師

Cooperating teacher(s) in this course

Yes:

Name:

Department / faculty:

University:

Tel. / mobile phone number:___________________

Email:__________@____________________>

l  Please extend this part to meet your need if you have more than one cooperating teacher in this course.

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學分數

Credit(s)

R 1

2

3

授課對象

Target audience

R Undergraduate

R Postgraduate

助教需求

(T.A. requested)

R Yes

No

課程目標

Goal of this course

description within 150 words

The course objectives are:

  • To introduce students to the building blocks of the domestic, regional and international systems of human rights
  • To illustrate the interconnections between domestic, regional and international enforcement of human rights
  • To understand the main mechanisms of protection and promotion of human rights in the United Kingdom in particular
  • To demonstrate the relationship of international human rights law to other

課程簡述

Course description

description within 350 words

This course provides a comprehensive overview of international, regional and national systems for protecting human rights, and of the relationship between them. This course will both examine the difficulties and controversies in enforcing human rights, and provide an examination of how particular human rights abuses are addressed in practice. This course will also examine specialist regimes such as those relating to women, children and indigenous peoples. This course aims to be useful to those interested in human rights and legal practice.

課程內容/授課大綱

Course content / outline

You can introduce the course weekly.

  1. The Historical Development of International Human Rights
  2. The Right to Life
  3. The Right to Privacy; the International Crime of Torture
  4. Group presentation
  5. Group presentation

學習評量方式

Assessment / grading policy

Attendance and participation 20%

Immediate feedback 30%

Group presentation 50%

課程之教學方法 Teaching methods for this course

A combination of task based and theme based instructions

教科書&參考書目 Textbook & other reference

No textbook is assigned for this course. Students are required to find their own readings to do homework and to make presentations for group discussions.

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