This September join us for the online SDG Academy course Human Rights, Human Wrongs: Challenging Poverty, Vulnerability and Social Exclusion taught by Professor Joshua Castellino, Dean of the School of Law at Middlesex University, London, and Dr. Sarah Bradshaw, Professor of Law and Development Studies at Middlesex University. The course is free and available to everyone!
Human Rights, Human Wrongs is an 11-week course that focuses on human rights and their link to the sustainable development context, particularly in terms of the advances, or lack thereof, in achieving women’s rights across the globe. The course brings together two different perspectives on rights – the legal and the social– to explore what implementing a rights-based agenda entails. The course examines how rights are understood and lived around the world, and what are the barriers that prevent rights from becoming a reality. The course not only describes pathways to a more inclusive and just society (SDGs 5, 10 and 16), but also raises questions on the role that human rights can play in achieving all of the SDGs.
Your experiences, views, and voices matter. Please join us in asking questions, exploring perspectives and building solutions that will create a more sustainable world – a world that leaves no one behind.
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