- Demonstrate ability in self-directed learning
- Recognise the global nature of human rights issues and apply knowledge of practices learned
- Demonstrate a critical appreciation of diverse cultural aspects of human rights theory and practice
- Demonstrate ability to work ethically and independently on study and fieldwork projects, as well as work collaboratively with fellow students, staff and colleagues in the field
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- Apply knowledge of the principles and concepts of human rights in work and community settings
- Critically analyse political, service, policy and moral issues using a human rights framework; think creatively to develop human rights based solutions to social and political problems
- Locate, critically evaluate and synthesise relevant evidence and human rights literature
- Communicate, both verbally and in writing, comprehensive analyses of complex human rights data or theories
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- 6 months
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DisciplinesLegal Studies Public Policy Political Science View 10 other Masters in Political Science in Australia
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.