1st level Master’s

Published on January 27, 2012 Updated on March 27, 2017

The first year of the Master’s program is organised according to three multidisciplinary axes:

  • Fundamental Law courses in human rights: Internal Law and International Human Rights Law.
  • Related courses necessary to the human rights advocacy: history, philosophy, human rights anthropology.
  • Applied courses to prepare the students for the specializations of the 2nd level Master's: globalisation and international relations ethics, minority rights, rights of the indigenous populations, religions and human rights.



  • Legal anthropology of the human rights
  • Comparative Constitutional Law
  • International and European Security Law
  • Law of the Minorities and of the Indigenous populations
  • International Human Rights Law
  • International Public Law
  • Internal French Law of the Human Rights
  • Penal Law and guarantee of human rights
  • Digital Space in international organisations
  • Introduction to legal anthropology
  • Methodology of documentary research
  • Legal methodology
  • Globalisation and international relations ethics
  • Philosophy of human rights
  • Religions and human rights

The students are offered individual or collective tutoring classes to help them acquire knowledge and accompany them in extra-curricular activities such as lectures, debates, etc.