Discipline: Human Rights

Fleeing Across Borders: International Refugee Law

Global North states have all undertaken to provide asylum and related human rights protections to people forcibly displaced from their homes in the Global South, however these legal obligations are normally only triggered when people seeking…

Humanitarian Law and Armed Conflict

This course is an examination of the laws of armed conflict and human rights laws and how they apply to contemporary cases. It finds inspiration in current events and enables you to analyze issues such as…

DIS Summer, Copenhagen, Humanitarian Law and Armed Conflict icon

Migration and the City

Migration has transformed the cityscapes of Sweden dramatically in recent years, but the transnational processes of migrant flows have been an indelible force in Europe’s cities for decades. With a focus on Stockholm and a comparative…

DIS Summer, Stockholm, Migration in the City

Human Trafficking in a Global Context

Globally, human trafficking ranks among the most profitable criminal activities. It is also a violation of human rights. In this course, you gain an understanding of trafficking, including its extent in relation to other criminal activities,…

Human Trafficking in a Global Context, Summer Course

European Genocides

The Nazis went through a series of steps in their attempt to eliminate the European Jews, moving from mass shootings to the increasingly sophisticated application of gassing. Tracing this development, we study perpetrator profiles, victim strategies,…

European Genocides, Summer course at DIS Copenhagen