UNITÉ 4 : Matières juridiques optionnelles (2 crédits)

  • Anthropologie juridique des Droits de l'Homme

(CM : 24h / 2 crédits)

Le cours d’anthropologie juridique appliquée aux droits fondamentaux examine, en général, les ressorts culturels comparés des droits de l’Homme, de prétention universelle, et des droits nationaux des libertés. Il prépare, en particulier, les étudiants à l’examen de diverses situations de violation des droits fondamentaux par une analyse interculturelle des modes de réception et de mise en œuvre des droits et principes de la DUDH 1948.

  • Droit européen en anglais

(CM : 18h / 2 crédits)

Refugee Law
A brief look at the historical development of international refugee law: with a keen introduction of the key instrument, the 1951 Refugee Convention in parallel with the European provisions for the protection of refugees, European Union law and policy and the impact of the European Convention on Human Rights. The class concludes with further review of the rights of the Refugee Child and of key decisions emanating from the European Court of Human Rights.
Fundamental Human Rights
This class introduces the European Convention of Human Rights and the relevant European Court of Human Rights decisions focusing particularly on the substantive right to life: examining case law pertaining to abortion, euthanasia and right to life.
The Stake for Human Rights in the European Union after Brexit
This class explores the implications of the process of incorporating European Union (EU) law into UK domestic law for the protection of human rights after the United Kingdom withdraws from the EU. We also look at the impact of Brexit on Human Rights in the EU.
Right to Privacy and Data Protection Rights
Introduction to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Examination of privacy rights within the Regulation and European Convention on Human Rights context. There is a brief overview of the Dark Net and its impact on privacy rights.