Constitutional law and human rights is becoming increasingly important, in Sweden, Europe and around the world, and constitutional and human rights issues are increasingly becoming a part of political and legal discussion and debate and commonly discussed in the media. By studying and comparing the constitutional legal frameworks and human rights of different national, regional, and international legal orders, the programme will prepare students for analysing and solving constitutional and human rights issues in many jurisdictions.
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The programme addresses key concepts and theories of European and international constitutional law and human rights involving in-depth studies of rule of law, constitutionalism and fundamental principles; human rights law; and finally balance of power and constitutional enforcement. The programme is taught in English.
The programme is taught in a creative and dynamic research and teaching environment at the department of law, where different legal disciplines intermingle and enrich the student’s learning. On-line learning platforms are used to communicate and provide timely updates and tasks. The different backgrounds of Swedish and international students create a mix of experiences and viewpoints on constitutional and human rights issues, which combined with the extensive experience of the faculty will foster dynamic and exciting discussions.
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