인권코스

미래의 젊은 인권활동가 육성
  • 휴먼아시아는 미래의 젊은 인권활동가 육성을 위하여 다양한 교육 및 훈련을 실시합니다.
  • 인권코스는 매년 가을 고려대학교 국제대학원과 공동으로 진행하는 14주간의 인권교육 코스입니다. 전반 7주간의 이론파트는 고려대학교 국제대학원에서 진행하고 후반 7주간의 실재파트는 휴먼아시아에서 진행됩니다. 인권코스의 모든 강의와 발표는 영어로 진행됩니다.

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WEEK DATE TOPIC LECTURER
1 01 Sept Introduction Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
Youngsoo Yu, Korea Univ
2 08 Sept Conceptualization Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
3 15 Sept International and Regional
Human Rights Regimes
Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
4 22 Sept Foreign Policy, Development and Human Rights Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
5 29 Sept HOLIDAY-CHUSEOK (Korean Thanksgiving Day)
6 06 Oct Human Rights and Non-State Actor Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
7 13 Oct Special Lecture on Humanitarianism Eun Ha Chang,
Korean Women’s
Development Institute
8 20 Oct MIDTERM EXAMINATION
9 27 Oct States, Human Rights Violators or Protectors Youngsoo Yu, Korea Univ
10 03 Nov PRESENTATION OF RESEARCH PROPOSAL
11 10 Nov State Institutions and Human Rights Protection: Democracy vs. Autocracy Youngsoo Yu, Korea Univ
12 17 Nov More Domestic Politics and Human Rights Practices, Bureaucracy, Judicial Independence, &c Youngsoo Yu, Korea Univ
13 24 Nov Economy and Human Rights Practices 1: Development Youngsoo Yu, Korea Univ
14 01 Dec Economy and Human Rights Practices 2, Globalization Youngsoo Yu, Korea Univ
15 08 Dec Human Rights Promotion in Multilateral Politics: Norms, Sanction, Rewards, Assistance, and Other Forms of Promotion Youngsoo Yu, Korea Univ
16 15 Dec POSTER PRESENTATION

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WEEK DATE TOPIC LECTURER
1 02 Sept Introduction Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
2 09 Sept THANKSGIVING VACATION
3 16 Sept What are Human Rights? Universalism vs. Relativism Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
4 23 Sept Human Rights and Development Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
5 30 Sept International and Regional Human Rights Regimes Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
6 07 Oct Foreign Policy and Cultural Relativism Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
7 14 Oct Human Rights and Development JinWon Lee, Korea Univ
8 21 Oct MIDTERM
9 28 Oct NGO in Human Rights Field Yujin Kim, Human Asia
10 04 Nov PROPOSAL PRESENTATION
11 11 Nov Memory and Human Rights Daniel Connolly, Korea Univ
12 18 Nov Humanitarian Intervention: Use of Force to Save Lives Jina Kim, Korea Institute for Defense Analyses
13 25 Nov International Response to Humanitarian Crises- UNHCR’s role Dirk Hebecker, UNHCR Korea
14 02 Dec Humanitarianism and Human Rights EunHa Jang, Korean Women’s Development Institute
15 09 Dec FINAL

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WEEK DATE TOPIC LECTURER
1 05 Sep Introduction: What are human rights? Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
2 12 Sep International and Regional Human Rights Regimes Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
3 19 Sep THANKSGIVING VACATION Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
4 26 Sep Foreign Policy & Cultural Relativism Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
5 03 Oct NATIONAL FOUNDATION DAY
6 10 Oct Human Rights and Development Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
7 17 Oct Non-State Actors and Human Rights Wonhyuk Im, Korean National Police Agency
8 24 Oct MIDTERM
9 31 Oct Human Rights and Transitional Justice Wonhyuk Im, Korean National Police Agency
10 07 Nov PROPOSAL PRESENTATION
11 14 Nov Business & Human Rights Senoghoon Lee, Korea Human Rights Foundation
12 21 Nov Humanitarian Intervention: Use of Force to Save Lives Jina Kim, Korea Institute for Defence Anylyses
13 28 Nov Current Challenges of Refugee Protection and Humanitarian Emergencies Dirk Hebecker, UNHCR Liaison Office in Seoul
14 05 Dec Humanitarianism and Human Rights Eun Ha Chang, Korean Women’s Development Institute
15 12 Dec FINAL

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WEEK DATE TITLE
1 8/27 What are human rights?
A holistic approach to the concept and definition of human rights.
2 9/3/ Setting the Stage
3 9/10 International and Regional Human Rights Regimes
4 9/17 Foreign Policy & Cultural Relativism
5 9/24 Human Rights and Development
6 10/1 THANKSGIVING VACATION
7 10/8 Non-State Actors and Human Rights
8 10/15 Humanitarian Aid Overview I: Definition, Brief History, Regimes
9 10/22 Humanitarian Aid Overview II:
International Humanitarian Law (IHL),
Humanitarian Principles and New Humanitarianism
10 10/29 MIDTERM
11 11/05 PROPOSAL PRESENTATION
12 11/12 Humanitarian Crises: Natural Disasters vs. Complex Emergencies
13 11/19 Famine and Food Aid
14 11/26 Refugees and Forced Migration Issues
15 12/03 Human Trafficking

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WEEK DATE TOPIC LECTURER
1 01 Sep Introduction: What are Human Rights? Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
2 08 Sep International and Regional Human Rights Regimes Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
3 15 Sep Non-State Actors and Human Rights Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
4 22 Sep International Action and Foreign Policy Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
5 29 Sep Human Rights and Culture Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
6 06 Oct Human Rights and Development Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
7 13 Oct Group Rights Jooyea Lee, Human Asia
8 20 Oct Mid-term
9 27 Oct Term Paper Proposal Due
10 03 Nov Peace and Human Rights: Crimes against humanity & Human Rights to Peace Daehoon Lee, Sungkonghoe Univ
11 10 Nov Refugee Protection Anne Mary Campbell, UNHCR-Korea
12 17 Nov No class (College entrance examination)
13 24 Nov Class excursion to Migrant World TV Aung Tin Htun, MWTV
14 01 Dec Seminar on Human Rights Storytelling Seminar moderated by Jooyea Lee, Human Asia
15 08 Dec Seminar on Transitional Justice: Reconciliation & Retribution Seminar moderated by Jooyea Lee, Human Asia
16 15 Dec Term Paper Due

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WEEK DATE TOPIC LECTURER
1 02 Sep Introduction: What are Human Rights? Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
2 09 Sep International and Regional Human Rights Regimes Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
3 16 Sep Non-State Actors and Human Rights Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
4 23 Sep Thanksgiving Vacation
5 30 Oct International Action and Foreign Policy
Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
6 07 Oct Culture and Human Rights (Cultural Relativism) Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
7 14 Oct Human Rights and Development Changrok Soh, Korea Univ
8 21 Oct Mid-term
9 28 Oct International Human Rights Lawyering Pil-kyu Hwan, Korean Public Interest Lawyers’ Group, Gong-Gam
10 04 Nov Human Rights of Women Heisoo Shin, Former expert, UN CEDAW
11 11 Nov Asylum Seekers, Refugees, Internally Displaced Persons and Human Rights Anne Mary Campbell, UNHCR Liaison Office in Seoul
12 18 Nov A Long Way to Acceptance: Children of North Korean Women in China Joanna Hosaniak, Citizen’s Alliance for North Korean Human Rights
13 25 Nov Significance and Limits of Inter-governmental Efforts for the Improvement of Human Rights in Asia Sunghoon Lee, Korea Human Rights Foundation
14 02 Dec Migrant Workers in Korea Michel Catuira, Migrants’ Trade Union
15 09 Dec A World Fit for Children and Children’s Rights
In-sook Kim, KASM Human Rights Education/Training Center
16 11 Dec Term Paper Due

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WEEK DATE TOPIC LECTURER
1 02 Sep Introduction: What are Human Rights and Why Study Them? Jeong-Woo Koo, Sungkyunkwan Univ.
2 09 Sep Global and Regional Human Rights Instruments and Organizations Jeong-Woo Koo, Sungkyunkwan Univ.
3 16 Sep Why Do Countries Ratify Global and Regional Human Rights Treaties? Jeong-Woo Koo, Sungkyunkwan Univ.
4 23 Sep Incorporating Global Human Rights and Truth Commissions Jeong-Woo Koo, Sungkyunkwan Univ.
5 30 Oct Global Adoptions of National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) and Their Roles for the Protection of Human Rights Jeong-Woo Koo, Sungkyunkwan Univ.
6 07 Oct Measuring Global and Local Human Rights Jeong-Woo Koo, Sungkyunkwan Univ.
7 14 Oct Why are human rights violated? How can they be improved? Jeong-Woo Koo, Sungkyunkwan Univ.
8 21 Oct Educating Global Human Rights Jeong-Woo Koo, Sungkyunkwan Univ.
9 28 Oct International Human Rights Lawyering Jeong-Woo Koo, Sungkyunkwan Univ.
10 04 Nov Asylum Seekers, Refugees, Internally Displaced Persons and Human Rights Janice Lyn Marshall, UNHCR Liaison Office in Seoul
11 11 Nov Right to identity and education for children Kay Seok, Human Rights Watch
12 18 Nov Rights of the Children In-sook Kim, Save the Children Korea
13 25 Nov NGO Strategies building for Human Rights Campaigns Joanna Hosaniak, Citizen’s Alliance for North Korean Human Rights
14 02 Dec Role of International Organization on Global Migrant Issues June J.H. Lee, International Organization for Migration, Korea
15 09 Dec Poverty, Development and Human Rights
16 11 Dec Term Paper Due

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WEEK DATE TOPIC LECTURER
1 04 Sep Introduction: What are Human Rights and Why Study Them? Changrok Soh, Korea Univ.
2 11 Sep Global and Regional Human Rights Instruments and Organizations Seong-phil Hong, YonSei Univ.
3 18 Sep Why Do Countries Ratify Global and Regional Human Rights Treaties? Changrok Soh, Korea Univ.
4 25 Sep Incorporating Global Human Rights and Truth Commissions Changrok Soh, Korea Univ.
5 02 Oct Global Adoptions of National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) and Their Roles for the Protection of Human Rights
Changrok Soh, Korea Univ.
6 09 Oct Why Are Human Rights Violated? How Can They be Improved? Changrok Soh, Korea Univ.
7 16 Oct Educating Global and Regional Human Rights Changrok Soh, Korea Univ. Changrok Soh, Korea Univ.
8 23 Oct Asylum Seekers, Refugees, Internally Displaced Persons and Human Rights Janice Lyn Marshall, UNHCR Liaison Office in Seoul
9 30 Oct The Role of Non?Governmental Organizations in Addressing Human Rights Issues Won-Woong Lee, Kwandong Univ.
10 06 Nov Children and Women in Armed Conflict Former researcher in the East Asia Team of the Asia-Pacific Program, Amnesty International
11 13 Nov Corporate Social Responsibility & UN Global Compact Debra Perry, Vocatoinal Rehabilitation, ILO
12 20 Nov Right to identity and education for children Kay Seok, Researcher, Asia Division, Human Rights Watch
13 27 Nov Migration and Human Rights In-Jin Yoon, Korea Univ.
14 04 Dec A World Fit for Children and Children’s Rights Dong-Eun Park? Executive Director, The Korean Committee for UNICEF
15 11 Dec Term Paper Due

일정표

WEEK DATE TOPIC LECTURER
1 04 Sep Introduction: What are Human Rights? Changrok Soh, Korea Univ.
2 11 Sep Development of International Legal Institutions on Human Rights Changrok Soh, Korea Univ.
3 18 Sep Civil and Political Rights vs. Economic and Social Rights Changrok Soh, Korea Univ.
4 25 Sep Thanksgiving Vacation
5 02 Oct Universalism, Cultural Relativism and Asian Values
6 09 Oct Role of International Organization in Promoting Human Rights: the United Nations System Changrok Soh, Korea Univ.
7 16 Oct Promotion of Human Rights through Regional Institutions Changrok Soh, Korea Univ.
8 23 Oct Mid-term
9 30 Oct Human Rights Non ?Governmental Organizations Changrok Soh, Korea Univ.
10 06 Nov Corporate Social Responsibility & UN Global Compact Yonghee Yang, NSYSCOM
11 13 Nov Human Trafficking Man-ho Heo, ACHR
12 20 Nov Violence Against Women During Armed Conflict Heisoo Shin, UN CEDAW
13 27 Nov Refugees & Migrants & Statelessness Tarik M. Radwan, Handong Global Univ.
14 04 Dec Rights of Persons with Disabilities to Work Kang-ho Jhe, Kim, Chang & Lee
15 11 Dec Final Exam

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WEEK DATE TOPIC LECTURER
1 04 Sep Introduction: What are Human Rights? Changrok Soh, Korea Univ.
2 11 Sep International Law related to Human Rights Seong-phil Hong, YonSei Univ.
3 18 Sep Non-governmental Organizations and Human Rights Changrok Soh, Korea Univ.
4 25 Sep Regional Human Rights Regimes Changrok Soh, Korea Univ.
5 02 Oct Thanksgiving Vacation
6 09 Oct Cultural Relativism and Asian Values Changrok Soh, Korea Univ.
7 16 Oct International Action and Foreign Policy Changrok Soh, Korea Univ.
8 23 Oct Mid-term
9 30 Oct Human Rights in North Korea and International Campaign for its Refugees Jae-Chun Won, Handong Int’l Law School
10 06 Nov Human Rights in Burma and Democratic Movement abroad EunHong Park, SungKongHoe Univ, Nai Tun Naing
11 13 Nov Right to Work: Employment of people with Diabilities Debra Perry, Vocatoinal Rehabilitation, ILO
12 20 Nov Migrant Workers’ Right to Health Seung Kwon Hong, Seoul National Univ. Hospital
13 27 Nov Toward Sustainable Development: Case of Afghanistan Yoo JungGil, JTS, Korea
14 04 Dec Sexual Violence against Women during Armed Conflict Heisoo Shin, UN CEDAW
15 11 Dec Final Exam