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Programa - O que você aprenderá com este curso

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2 horas para concluir

Introduction: welcome to the Global Human Rights Teach-Out!

This is the opening of the Global Human Rights Teach Out, starting on the 17th of October 2018, at 9 a.m. Leiden time. In this module you can not only find welcoming words, but also background information and guidance how to join our conversations. The main activity will be in the discussion forums. Do not forget you can start your own threads. Share your personal stories. Be an eyewitness....
7 leituras, 1 teste
7 leituras
Bio Prof. dr. Griffiths & team5min
How does this Teach-Out work?10min
Community Guidelines & Academic Toolkit10min
Submit your own Idea in audiofile to the Idea Bazaar10min
The Library10min
Calender 17-20 October 201810min
MOOCs in this field from SDG Initiative10min
1 exercício prático
Publication Permission
Semana
2
1 hora para concluir

Is Human Rights a Western concept?

At 10 am 17 Oct I am delighted to present Prof. dr. Stephen Angle (Wesleyan University, USA), who will discuss whether Human Rights is a western concept. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Prof. dr. Stephen Angle5min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
3
4 horas para concluir

Legal Mobilization of Human Rights in a Time of Crisis

At 12 PM 17 Oct I am delighted to present Dr. Jeff Handmaker of the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) in The Hague, which is part of Erasmus University, in the Netherlands), who will discuss Legal Mobilization of Human Rights in a Time of Crisis. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
4 leituras
4 leituras
Powerpoint Slides (Read along with the Lecture, PDF file)10min
Suggested Readings10min
Bio Dr. Jeff Handmaker5min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
4
1 hora para concluir

The pushback against international human rights institutions and how they may respond

At 2 PM I am delighted to present Prof. dr. Jorge Contesse (Rutgers University, USA), who will discuss the pushback against International Human Rights institutions, and how they may respond. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Prof. Dr. Jorge Contesse10min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
5
1 hora para concluir

Linguistic Human Rights and Linguistic Genocide in Education

At 4 PM 17 Oct I am delighted to present Prof. dr. Tove Skutnabb-Kangas (Abo, Finland), who will discuss Linguistic Human Rights and Linguistic Genocide in Education. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Prof. dr. Tove Skutnabb-Kangas Emeritus5min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
6
1 hora para concluir

Myths about ‘global’ English, and the weaknesses of the HR/EU system on actionable human rights

At 6 PM I am delighted to present Prof. dr. Robert Phillipson (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark), who will discuss Myths about 'Global' English and the Weaknesses of the Human Rights / EU system on actionable Human Rights. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Prof. dr. Robert Philipson Emeritus10min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
7
1 hora para concluir

How do Human Rights and SDGs connect?

At 8 PM 17 Oct I am delighted to present Ms. Kate Gilmore (United Nations Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, Australia), who will discuss How do Human Rights and SDGs Connect. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Ms. Kate Gilmore10min
Discuss the podcasts10min
Semana
8
1 hora para concluir

The synergies between Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and the SDGs

At 10 PM I am delighted to present Prof. dr. Christophe Golay (University of Geneva, Switzerland), who will discuss the Synergies between Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and the SDGs. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
3 leituras
3 leituras
Bio Prof. dr. Christophe Golay5min
Suggested Reading10min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
9
1 hora para concluir

25 years of women’s rights as human rights: gains, gaps and opportunities

At 1 AM 18 Oct I am delighted to present Prof. dr. Niamh Reilly (National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland), who will discuss 25 years of Women's Rights as Human Rights: gains, gaps and opportunities. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Prof. dr. Niamh Reilly5min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
10
1 hora para concluir

The Human Rights of Women in Marriage

At 3 AM 18 Oct I am delighted to present Dr. Nurul Huda Mohd Razif (IIAS, Leiden University, Netherlands), who will discuss the Human Rights of Women in Marriage. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Dr. Nurul Huda Mohd Razif5min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
11
1 hora para concluir

A Global History of Gender Equality as Smart Economics

At 5 AM 18 Oct I am delighted to present Ass Prof. dr. Selin Dilli (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Netherlands), who will discuss A Global History of Gender Equality as Smart Economics. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Dr Selin Dilli10min
Discuss this podcast10min
Semana
12
1 hora para concluir

The rights of the child

At 7 AM 18 Oct I am delighted to present Mr. Christopher Hoffman (World Vision), who will discuss the rights of the child. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Mr. Christopher Hoffman10min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
13
1 hora para concluir

Bringing dictators to account

At 10 AM 18 Oct I am delighted to present Prof. dr. Ezequiel González Ocantos (Nuffield College, Oxford, UK), who will discuss Bringing Dictators to Account. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Prof. dr. Ezequiel González-Ocantos5min
Discuss the podcasts
Semana
14
1 hora para concluir

Willingness and capacities: Key conditions for human rights change.

At 2 PM 18 Oct I am delighted to present Prof. dr. Alejandro Anaya-Muñoz (ITESO, Mexico), who will discuss Willingness and Capacities: Key Conditions for Human Rights Change. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Prof. dr. Alejandro Anaya-Muñoz5min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
15
1 hora para concluir

Business and Human Rights

At 5 PM I am delighted to present Prof dr. Sarah Joseph (Monash University, Australia), who will discuss Business and Human Rights. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Prof. dr. Sarah Joseph5min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
16
1 hora para concluir

World Bank: Applying Human Rights in Practice

At 7 PM 18 Oct I am delighted to present Mr. Dan Owen, Mr. Oliver Mukarj and Ms. Anna Autio (World Bank), who will be discussing Applying Human Rights in Practice. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio's Worldbank10min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
17
1 hora para concluir

Same-sex couples and the international human right to marry

At 9 PM I am delighted to present Prof. dr. Kees Waaldijk LLM (Leiden University, Netherlands), who will discuss Same-sex couples and the international human right to marry. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
3 leituras
3 leituras
Suggested Reading10min
Bio Prof. dr. Kees Waaldijk LLM5min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
18
1 hora para concluir

Gender, Human Rights, and National Security

At 11 PM 18 Oct I am delighted to present Prof. dr. Jayne Huckerby (Duke University, USA), who will discuss Gender, Human Rights, and National Security. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Prof. dr. Jayne Huckerby10min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
19
1 hora para concluir

The figure of the "animal" in human rights discourses

At 1 AM 19 Oct I am delighted to present Prof. dr. Megan Glick (Wesleyan University, USA), who will discuss the figure of the "animal" in Human Rights discourses. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Prof. dr. Megan Glick10min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
20
28 minutos para concluir

The principle of subsidiarity and the international protection of human rights

At 3 AM 19 Oct I am delighted to present Judge Dean Spielmann (European Court Human Rights, London University College, UK), who will discuss the principle of subsidiarity and the international protection of Human Rights. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
1 vídeo (total de (Total 13 mín.) min), 2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Judge Dean Spielmann5min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
21
1 hora para concluir

The Rise of authoritarian populism in the West

At 5 AM 19 Oct I am delighted to present Mr. Andrew Stroehlein (Human Rights Watch), who will discuss the Rise of Authoritarian Populism in the West. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Mr. Andrew Stroehlein10min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
22
1 hora para concluir

Pre-trial detention rights and access to justice

At 7 AM I am delighted to present Prof. dr. Kerem Altiparmak (Ankara University, Turkey), who will discuss Pre-trail detention rights and access to justice. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Prof. dr. Kerem Altiparmak5min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
23
1 hora para concluir

Solitary Confinement

At 9 AM 19 Oct I am delighted to present Prof. dr. Margo Schlanger (University of Michigan, USA), who will discuss Solitary Confinement. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Prof. dr. Margo Schlanger10min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
24
1 hora para concluir

Cruel and unusual punishments: The Death Penalty

At 11 AM 19 Oct I am delighted to present Ms. Maya Foa, LLB (Director Reprieve), who will discuss Cruel and Unusual Punishments: the Death Penalty. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Ms. Maya Foa LLB5min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
25
25 minutos para concluir

The death penalty and terrorism

At 1 PM 19 Oct I am delighted to present Ms. Soraya Bauwens (Reprieve), who will discuss the Death Penalty and Terrorism. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
1 leitura
1 leituras
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
26
1 hora para concluir

International Judicial Protection Of Right To Life

At 3 PM 19 Oct I am delighted to present Judge Michael O'Boyle, (European Court Human Rights), who will discuss the International Judicial Protection of Right to Life. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Judge Michael O'Boyle5min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
27
1 hora para concluir

The rise and rise of Human Rights Cities

At 7 PM 19 Oct I am delighted to present Prof. dr. Barbara Oomen (Utrecht University, Netherlands), who will discuss the Rise and Rise of Human Rights Cities, and will be present in the discussion forums. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
3 leituras
3 leituras
Bio Prof. dr. Barbara Oomen5min
Suggested Reading / Watching10min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
28
1 hora para concluir

Human rights education for personal and social transformation

At 9 PM 19 Oct I am delighted to present Prof. dr. Felisia Tibbitts (Utrecht University, Netherlands), who will discuss Human Rights Education for Personal and Social Transformation. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Prof. dr. Felisia Tibbitts10min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
29
1 hora para concluir

Free Speech on Campus

At 11 PM 19 Oct I am delighted to present Prof. Carel Stolker LLM (Rector Magnificus, Leiden University, Netherlands), who will discuss Free Speech on Campus. Please also join us in the discussion forums....
2 leituras
2 leituras
Bio Prof. Carel Stolker LLM5min
Discuss the podcast10min
Semana
30
3 horas para concluir

The Ideas Bazaar

Here we will add new podcasts from YOU, the participants in this debate, and possibly other academics who have reached out to us to be included. The fun will start at 1 AM 20 Oct....
5 leituras
5 leituras
How to submit a podcast10min
Bio Prof. dr. Helen Duffy10min
Bio Mr. Nikhil Seth, Executive Director UNITAR10min
Bio Lizhi He10min
Bio Virginija Balčiūnaitė10min
Semana
31
25 minutos para concluir

LIVE FROM THE HAGUE: the ultimate debate

Yes, we will do a live session here in The Hague, taking on board all your questions and discussing with some of the presenters what their impressions were of the past 4 days. We will start at 10 AM on 20 Oct...
1 leitura
1 leituras
Live from The Hague...10min

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Sobre SDG Talk

SDG Talk is the discussion community of the SDG Initiative. In July 2017, a group of 17 universities from 5 continents and Coursera decided to launch a new learning experience for those who want to turn their learning into real-life impact: help achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Each of the courses offered as part of the SDG Initiative, allows learners to engage with a dedicated partner organisation, such as a non-profit organisation, humanitarian aid organisation or a UN agency, and to assist them with one of their ongoing projects. The type of hands-on projects differ per course, and range from virtual mapping projects to local activities....

Perguntas Frequentes – FAQ

  • Ao se inscrever para um Certificado, você terá acesso a todos os vídeos, testes e tarefas de programação (se aplicável). Tarefas avaliadas pelos colegas apenas podem ser enviadas e avaliadas após o início da sessão. Caso escolha explorar o curso sem adquiri-lo, talvez você não consiga acessar certas tarefas.

  • The online event in the MOOC sphere known as Teach-Out was coined by Michigan University after the teach-in’s of the 1960’s which started at their campus. The main purpose of a Teach-Out is to converse with peers, experts and professionals in the field, about a topic currently in the news that is of fundamental importance for society and SDG’s. You can find a list of Michigan's Teach-Outs at Teach-Out.org.

  • This is a completely free learning experience!

  • Starting on the 17th of October 2018 We will release a podcast, with associated discussion, every two hours. In some cases the instructors will be available to react to your discussions directly (marked LIVE), in other cases it will be just your peers and our mentors. We will close the event with a live debate on Saturdaymorning the 20th in the Hague, which you can attend online, or in person. You can find more details in the syllabus on how to sign up for the live event.,

  • Podcasts are provided on every topic, as well as an extensive library with freely available documentation. The focus of the event is on the discussion forums. You can go into the discussion forums directly, whether for just one particular conversation, or several, but we urge you to listen & read the material available to help shape your position & arguments.

  • What do you take away from a particular conversation? It can be everything from a simple observation to a call to action. You decide.

  • We stick with the community guidelines detailed in the first module of this event. This means we expect you to Participate, Collaborate, Be Respectful, Be Academic and above all Be safe. Further guidance in the day to day conversation will be given by the mentors, trained by Leiden University, who will help e-moderate the discussion. If you have further interest in our position on community management you can reach out to us at mooc@sea.leidenuniv.nl

  • No. There are no quizzes, no grading policy, and we will not be offering a certificate of participation. The only goal of participation is enlightening yourself. We think that is priceless in itself.

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