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Rights of Minorities and Indigenous people and Women

By Dr. N. Pramod Singh   |   L.M.S Law College, Imphal Manipur
Learners enrolled: 454
Issues of minorities, indigenous people and women are not the strange things from the early period of human civilization, and as such, a largescale violation of rights of those people has been taking place elsewhere in the world. International human rights instruments cover a wide range of provisions dealing with the rights and freedoms of minority, indigenous people and women. In this regard, a universally accepted standard and norms of human rights   has been set up for each of the groups in different form and manner by the global community. The course precisely deals with national as well as international safeguards accorded to such groups of vulnerable people. The various socio-economic violations accorded to these vulnerable sections of the society would be properly dealt with in the course of the study.  
Summary
Course Status : Completed
Course Type : Core
Duration : 12 weeks
Start Date : 15 Jul 2019
End Date : 05 Oct 2019
Exam Date :
Category :
  • Humanities and Social Sciences
Credit Points : 4
Level : Undergraduate



Course layout

Week 1:   Meaning of Minority and Indigenous people
Week 2:   Protection of Minority Rights
Week 3:   Minority Rights and U.N.
Week 4:   Protection of minority rights under the Indian Law.
Week 5:   Rights of Indigenous People and U.N.
Week 6:   Status of Women in India
Week 7:   Violation of Socio-Economic Cultural and Educational Rights of  Women
Week 8:   Violation of Civil and Political Rights of Women
Week 9:   Protection of Women Rights Under the National Laws and Policies
Week 10:  Protection of Women Rights Under the International Laws
Week 11:   Discussion/Interaction
Week 12:   Discussion/Interaction

Books and references

REFERENCES:
Bhengra, R. Bijoy,C.R. and Luithui, S. 1998. The Adivasis of India. London: MRG International Report.
Castles, Stephen. 2000. Ethnicity and Globalization: From Migrant Worker to Transnational Citizen. London and Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 
Chadda, M. 2006. Minority Rights and Conflict Prevention: Case Study of Conflicts in Indian Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab and Nagaland. London: MRG.
Eriksen, Thomas. 1993. Ethnicity and Nationalism: Anthropological Perspectives. London and Boulder, CO: Pluto.
Fein, Helen. 1990. Genocide: A Sociological Perspective. London and Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

LINKS:
www.gfbv.it/3dossier/eu-min/autonomy-w.html 
www.minorities.in
www.minorityrights.org/?lid=5648

Instructor bio



Dr. N. Pramod Singh, Associate Professor is a senior faculty in L.M.S Law College, Imphal Manipur. He has a total of 20 years teaching experience. His specialization is Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law, Law, Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law. Dr. Pramod is actively involved in disseminating Human Rights Education in Various part of India.  He has Published 3 books (Global Justice & Rule of Law, Human Rights in Manipur, Constitutional Governance and Legal Institution) and has contributed many book chapters and research Articles and has 3 PhD Research Scholars under his guidance.


Course certificate

30% for in course Assessment & 70% of end-term Proctored Exam


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