PhD Course: Human rights research methods

The Danish Institute for Human Rights and the PhD School of the Faculty of Law (UCPH) is hosting a PhD Course 28-30 May 2018

2018.03.05 | Danish Institute for Human Rights

Date Mon 28 May Wed 30 May
Time 09:30    15:30
Location Day 1: 9a-1-01, days 2 and 3: 8a-0-57 Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen, Njalsgade 76, Copenhagen S

 

The Danish Institute for Human Rights and the PhD School of the Faculty of Law of the University of Copenhagen invite PhD students working on human rights related topics to submit an application to participate in the PhD course spanning three days on human rights research methods.

The purpose of this course is to introduce and discuss different methodical and methodological approaches to human rights research, which will be facilitated by various acknowledged researchers and professors.

Applications should be sent to Marie Juul Petersen, Senior Researcher at the Danish Institute for Human Rights at e-mail: mape@humanrights.dk. Deadline is April 7th.

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Course Information

 

Time

28-30 May 2018

 

Venue

Day 1: 9a-1-01, days 2 and 3: 8a-0-57 Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen, Njalsgade 76, Copenhagen S


ECTS

4

 

Course organiser

Danish institute for Human Rights and Faculty of Law PhD School, University of Copenhagen

 

Maximum no. of participants

15

Registration

No later than on 7 April 2018 via e-mail to Marie Juul Petersen, mape@humanrights.dk

 

Course