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What you'll get

  • Job Credibility
  • Certification Valid for Life
  • On-demand video*
  • E-Book
  • Self-Paced Learning
  • Certificate of Completion

Exam details

  • Mode of Exam : Online
  • Duration : 1 Hour
  • Multiple Choice Questions are asked
  • No. of Questions are asked : 50
  • Passing Marks : 25 (50%)
  • There is no negative marking

If you are interested in knowing Human rights then this course, "Certificate in Human Rights' ' is the correct course for you. Human rights is a field of study where you will know everything about the examination of basic rights and freedoms of all people around the whole world

 It is the law which protects people for their freedom against any evil means. This course on Human Rights will give you a good and proper summary of the topic. 

People who are studying about this subject will be given an overview of the entire course. It is designed to help you understand all the basic types of Human rights and why Human rights are important. 

It is a great resource for students who are eager to know what are the important Human rights and their importance and for those who want a better, clearer, comprehensive and more concise understanding of everything related to this course. 

You will require nothing because this course is given in a very to the point manner where you will learn everything about these topics in detail. You will just require a PC, Laptop or Mobile Phone, your writing materials. This course is designed in such a simplified and easy way, therefore no special prior or previous knowledge is required.

This course is for anyone who is interested in Human rights. Any LLB students, or Human right lawyers, Activist, any people related to Human rights or anyone reading for a common law LL.B programme can take this course.

So don't wait any further and enroll your name in this course and get started.

Course Content

Total: 111 lectures
  • Why do We Need to Look at the Rights of the Child Separately?
  • The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
  • The Child and the Family
  • Children in Institutions: The Juvenile Justice System
  • Adoption
  • Sexual Abuse of Children
  • Sexual Exploitation of Children
  • Right to Education
  • Child Labour
  • Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
  • What are the Rights of the Disabled?
  • The Importance of Legal Cases in Furthering Rights
  • A Look at Some of the Special Issues Facing People Living with Disabilities
  • Accessibility
  • Education
  • Employment
  • What is the Caste System?
  • The Problems Faced by Dalits
  • Deprivation of Land Rights
  • Problems Faced by Dalit Children
  • Denial of Political Power
  • The Dalits’ Struggle for Temple Entry
  • The Role of the State
  • Emergence of the Concept of Reproductive Rights
  • Reproductive Rights in the Indian Context
  • Some Major Campaigns for Health and Reproductive Rights in India
  • Sex Ratio
  • Conclusion
  • Sex and Sexuality
  • Expanding Horizons
  • What are Sexual Rights?
  • Abusing Children is a Crime
  • Development of the Environment as a Human Right
  • India and its Environment
  • The Roots of the Crisis
  • The International Position
  • Forests and Forest Dwellers
  • Protected Areas (PAs)
  • Grazing Lands
  • Agricultural Lands
  • Development and the Environment
  • What are the Alternatives?
  • Background
  • Housing as a Basic Human Right in the International Context
  • Housing as a Human Right in the Indian Context
  • Adequate Housing and its Relation to Other Rights
  • International Legal Resources Referring to Children and Housing Rights
  • Current Policy Programmes and Practices45
  • Changes in Policy
  • The National Campaign for Housing Rights (NCHR)50
  • Who are Home-based Workers?
  • The Ministry of Labour
  • Background to Home-based Workers
  • Milestones in the Home-based Workers’ Struggle
  • SEWA Milestones
  • Conclusion
  • Gandhian Ideals Behind the Struggles for Rights
  • Oneness and Equality of Religions
  • Sarvodaya and Collective Trusteeship
  • Gram Swaraj or Village Autonomy
  • Decentralisation of Power
  • Self-reliance
  • Machines
  • Yajna and Service
  • Passive Resistance
  • Human Rights and World Citizenship
  • Ram Rajya and the World Federation
  • Social Justice
  • Sarvodaya and Social Reconstruction
  • Vinoba Bhave, the Man
  • The Bhoodan Movement
  • From Bhoodan to Gramdan and Beyond: A Creative Metamorphosis
  • Vinoba Bhave on the Gramdan Movement
  • Later Developments
  • The Ocean Commons
  • International Law and Fishing Rights
  • Some Concepts
  • Globalisation and Fisheries
  • A Background to Indian Fisheries
  • The Artisanal Fishery
  • The Trends in the Indian Fishing Scene Affecting the Artisanal Fishery
  • The Fish Workers’ Struggles
  • The Beginnings of the Struggle
  • Structuring the Organisation
  • The State’s Response
  • Consolidating the Base
  • Appeasement
  • Legal Tug of War
  • The International Debate
  • The Kanyakumari March
  • Influence of the Feminist Movement
  • The Path Ahead
  • Introduction
  • The First Public Hearing: Kot Kirana
  • The Second Public Hearing: Bhim
  • The Third Public Hearing: Vijaypura
  • The Fourth Public Hearing: Jawaja
  • Fifth Public Hearing: Thana
  • Beawar Mass Meeting
  • Beawar Dharna
  • Jaipur Dharna
  • Report of the Committee
  • Formation of the National Campaign for People’s Right to Information
  • Jaipur Dharna Two
  • The Second Phase: Operationalising the Law
  • Kukarkheda Public Hearing
  • Surajpura Public Hearing
  • Bori Public Hearing
  • Bhim Public Hearing
  • Janawad Public Hearing
  • The Right to Food Agitation


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