030229 KU International Human Rights Law (2019S)
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Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
2) final written exams,
3) thorough preparation and active course participation.
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
Students who do not attend the first session and are unexcused will be deregistered from the course. The same holds true for students who miss more than two sessions.
The course is open to students from all faculties. Since the course will be taught in English, and active course participation is expected, good knowledge of English is required.
- M. Nowak/K. M. Januszewski/T. Hofstätter (eds.), All Human Rights for All, Vienna Manual on Human Rights, Intersentia/Neuer Wissenschaftlicher Verlag 2012
- P.R. Ghandhi, Blackstone’s International Human Rights Documents. Oxford: OUP, 2014 (9th ed)Additional:
- M. Nowak, Introduction to the International Human Rights Regime, 2003
- D. Gomien, Short guide to the European Convention on Human Rights, Third Edition, 2005 available at
- Inter-Parliamentary Union/Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Human Rights Handbook for Parliamentarians, available at