Students who complete the course successfully should acquire:

  • an understanding of the principles and institutions of international human rights law, including their origins, assumptions, contents, limits and potential;
  • an improved ability to think analytically about the implementation and development of international human rights law and to apply this body of law in your own professional and national setting;
  • an improved ability to conduct research on international human rights law; and;
  • an institutional framework for cross-national professional collaboration and the exchange of information.