Course Name: Post Graduate Diploma in Human Rights
Course Id: PGDHR/Q0001.
Education Qualification: Graduate
Course and Exam Fee: 4000.
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Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.
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Post Graduate Diploma in Human Rights
|Name of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Historical & Philosophical Perspectives of Human Rights & Duties||100||40|
|Socio-Political & Legal Aspects of Human Rights & Duties in India||100||40|
|Social Movements and Human Rights & Duties in India||100||40|
|Emerging Issues & Dimensions of Human Rights||100||40|
|Protection System and Implementation of Human Rights and Duties||100||40|
|International Human Rights Norms and Standards||100||40|
|Dissertation/Field Based Project Work||100||40|
Historical & Philosophical Perspectives of Human Rights & Duties
Meaning, Nature and scope of Human Rights & Duties, Origin and Evolution of the concept of Human Rights, Philosophical Foundations of Human Rights in relation to the concepts of Justice, Equality, Liberty and fraternity, Kinds of Rights: Natural rights, Positive rights, civil rights, Political Rights and cultural rights, A study of eminent thinkers on rights – a) Thomas Paine, John Locks, J. S. Mill, Harold Laski, Ronald Dworkin, Contemporary debate on Rights- Neo Liberalism, Communitarians, Multiculturalism, Feminism, Environmentalism, Indian perspective of Rights: Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Mahatma Phule, Mahatma Gandhi and Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, The concept of Duties and obligation, Justification for performance of duties, Relationship between Rights & Duties, Milestones in Development of Human Rights Thought on International Plane, Evolution of Human Rights Thinking, Contributions of ancient civilizations, Magna Carta, The British Bill of Rights, French and American Declarations, Sociological/Functional Approaches in Jurisprudence: Realist Movement and Judicial Process: A study of selected ideas. Thomas Paine, Locke, J.S.Mill, Bentham, Laski, Dwrkin and Nozick, Gandhi.
Socio-Political & Legal Aspects of Human Rights & Duties in India
Indian Freedom Movement and the evolution of concept of rights, Philosophy of Indian Constitution and Human Rights, Fundamental Rights in Indian Constitution, Growth of Fundamental Rights, Difference between Human Rights & Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Policy and Human Rights. The Fundamental Duties in Indian Constitution, Rights of Women and Children, SC, ST, Minorities, unorganized workers and bonded labourers, Enforcement of Human Rights: Role of Judiciary, Public Interest Litigation, National Specialized Agencies SC, ST Commission, Minorities Commission, Women’s Commission, Human Rights Commission, Consumers Court, Problem of enforcement of Human Rights in India: Inadequate functioning of democratic institutions, Poverty and inaccessibility of legal redress, Special laws that violate Human Rights: TADA, emergency Armed Forces (special Powers) Act, and Preventive Detention.
Social Movements and Human Rights & Duties in India
Nature, Meaning & Scope of Social Movement, Social movements and Human Rights and Duties in India, Ideology and organization, Social movements as promoter of social change and Human Rights, Approaches to Social movements and Human Rights, Liberal Approach &Human Rights, Marxian Approach &Human Rights, Gandhian Approach &Human Rights, Religious Reforms Movements & Human Rights, Brahmo Samaj, Arya Samaj, Social Reforms movements & Human Rights, Satyashodhak Samaj and Anti Caste Movements, Tribal Movements, Women Movements, Dalit Movement, Political Movements and Human Rights, Freedom Movement, Peasant Movement, Trade Union Movements, Civil/Democratic Movements, Ecological & Environment Movement & Human Rights, Chipko Movement, Narmada Bachao Andolan, The Movement for alternative path of development.
Emerging Issues & Dimensions of Human Rights
International perspective concern for Human Rights, UN- Declaration of Human Rights, Problem of Implementation of Human Rights in contemporary World: Globalization, Unequal distribution of wealth between developed and developing countries, Neo-Imperialism, Terrorism War and violence, Obligation of world community in the protection of Human Rights: Humanitarian Aid, Amnesty International and International Human Rights Commission, Role of UN agencies: UN General Assembly, Security Council, UNESCO, ILO, UNICEF, I.C.J. Economic & Social Council, Human Rights: Rights of Investors, Consumers, Citizens & workers, Human Rights, Social unrest and violence, Conflict on the grounds of religion, ethnicity and nationalism, Anti terrorist laws, Redressal of grievances, Rights of Future Generation, Right to peace, Right to clean environment, Right to development.
Protection System and Implementation of Human Rights and Duties
What constitutes protection and enforcement? Criteria to identify violations and determine levels of community responses: When can human rights and duties be said to be violated? How are violations to be identified? Is there a threshold point of toleration of violations? When does a violation become serious enough for community action against the perpetrator? European mechanisms of protection and enforcement, roles of the Council of Europe, the European Court of Human Rights, new role for the Community Court in human rights, National and State commissions on human rights and other commissions, Non-Government Organizations, Information Media, Legislature, Executive, Judiciary, Regional mechanism in Latin America, Monitoring techniques: reporting obligations, state and individual complaints procedures, examination of reports, information from NGOs, right to inspect on the spot, reports on compliance of recommendations, Roles of the UN Security Council, General Assembly, ECOSOC and the Secretary General.
International Human Rights Norms and Standards
Concern for the individual in Anti-Slave trade treaties, Humanitarian Law treaties, Spread of nationalism in Asia and Africa and struggle against colonialism, League of Nations (mandate system, social and economic welfare), Normative and institutional framework of the United Nations, Role of the UN General Assembly, the Economic and Social Council and its commissions and sub-commissions, he Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948, International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights 1966, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights 1966, Declaration on Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples 1960, Declaration of Principles of International Law Concerning Friendly Relations and Cooperation among States 1970 (fifth principle), Declaration on the Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources 1962, Declaration of a New International Economic Order 1974, Charter of Economic Rights and Duties 1974.