This course seeks to equip students with knowledge of the diverse peoples, governments,
histories, and natural systems that comprise the world as well as how human rights are respected in each context. This course produces students that respect many groups making up a global society so that they could understand how their own behavior affects and is affected by larger world patterns.
- Understand that human rights are truly universal for all persons globally.
- Respecting the significance of plurality and cultural diversity.
- Discuss cross-cultural negotiations regarding human rights.
- Understand the intersections between human rights norms and social and cultural values, practices, and forms of life worthy of preservation.