Professional Master programme in Human Rights, Migration, Routes of Intercultural Inclusion - 5599

Code 5599
Academic Year 2019-2020
Subject area Sociology, Economics, Law
Campus Ravenna
Level First
Director Giorgio Bongiovanni
Duration Annual
Teaching methods Conventional
Language English, Italian
Cost 3.500,00 €
Instalments I Instalment : 1.200,00 €; II Instalment : 1.500,00 €
Application deadline

Nov 22, 2019 (Expired)

Enrollment start and end from 16/12/2019 to 08/01/2020
Main Department
"A. Gaudenzi and G. Fassò" Interdepartmental Centre for Research in the History, Philosophy, and Sociology of Law and in Computer Science and Law - CIRSFID
Number of participants
Min: 10 Max: 25
Credits
60
Admission qualifications
Three-year degrees and Master and Master's course obtained under the DM 270/04
Linguistic skills
Sound knowledge of the English Language
Selection criteria
qualifications and an interview
Study plan
  • Human rights, multiculturalism and Euro-Mediterranean relations. Theories of justice, global justice and migration - SSD SPS/02 - Lecturer Gustavo Gozzi,
  • Rights of children and migration-development relationship - SSD SPS/02 - Lecturer Annalisa Furia
  • European Union law and protection of human rights - SSD IUS/14 - Lecturer Marco Borraccetti
  • Migration,international aid and climate change - SSD SECS-P/01 - Lecturer Alessandro Romagnoli
  • Human rights in the Mediterranean. The role of ONG - SSD IUS/14 - Lecturer Luca Mezzetti
  • Muslim law and human rights - SSD IUS/02 - Lecturer Massimo Papa
  • Migration and the right to asylum - SSD SPS/04 - Lecturer David Edward Zammit
  • Migration, health and integration - SSD IUS/13 - Lecturer Angelo Stefanini
  •  Anthropology and human rights - SSD M-DEA/01 - Lecturer Bruno Riccio
  • For an ethics of encounter: basic elements of ethno-psychiatry and ethno-psychoanalysis for a community
    inclusive - SSD M-PSI/08 - Lecturer Patrizia Brunori
  • Medium migration and human rights - SSD SPS/08 - Lecturer Augusto Valeriani

 

  • Contrast human trafficking
  • Migration and human development
Compulsory attendance
70%
Internship
12 cfu
Final Examination
1 cfu