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KATOG is a unit of KATOG EDU LLP. It is an initiative by Together-WCWW & KATCHERI.IN. KATOG aims to provide legal awareness to every section of the society. Its aim is to spread legal knowledge.

SYLLABUS

MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RIGHTS

Evolution of Human Rights
Concepts of Rights and Duties
Correlation between Rights and Duties
Theories related to Human Rights
Different aspects of Human Rights
Protection of Human Rights
Social Movements
Education of Human Rights
Formulation of NGOs
Government Initiatives

MODULE 2 : INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS OF HUMAN RIGHTS

International bodies governing human rights
Role of United Nations
International Human Rights Instrument s:
Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948
International Convention on Civil & Political Rights 1996
International Convention on Economics, Social and Cultural Rights 1966.
Convention on Elimination of All forms of Discrimination against women 1979.
Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989,
UN Declaration and Duties and Responsibilities of Individuals 1997.
Nature of the International instruments (i.e. whether they are binding or not)
States responsibilities under International Instruments.

MODULE 3: HUMAN RIGHTS: AN INDIAN APPROACH

Constitutional approach including basic features of the constitution, fundamental rights and duties and their co-relation with International rights and duties.
Recognition of human rights and formulation of state bodies to protect these rights:
Judiciary
National Human Rights Commission
Non-state bodies to protect Human Rights
Social movements
NGOs
Relation/Difference between state and non-state bodies
Emerging trends:
Human Rights and Environment
Human Rights and Terrorism
Human Rights and Globalisation

MODULE 4: HUMAN RIGHTS AND COVID-19

Impact of COVID-19 on Human Rights:
Impact on Health Aspect
Impact on Economic Aspect
Impact on Social Aspect
Impact on Fundamental Rights
Extent of violation of these rights and what measures have been taken so far to control them?
Human Rights vs. Law of Land

MODULE 5: HUMAN RIGHTS IN RELATION TO SPECIAL CATEGORY:

Human Rights
Rights of women & children
Rights of disabled and older ones
Rights of minorities
Rights of migrants.
Need of amendment in rights along with introduction of new rights, co-ordination among government and states.

MODULE 6: PREVENTION OF VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

Bodies to prevent violation.
At international level
National level
Relation between both the levels along with transparency of information
Measures taken by International organisations in the past years and status of those measures.
Need of new measures.

PRICING
300/- only

PAYMENT DETAILS
Paytm : [email protected] (UPI)

Gpay/Phonepe/Paytm at 7660899180

DATES
Course starts from 25th of every month.

REGISTRATION :
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1_mKEv2uPsK2mBKyOVEJZNOyCsGqocJr-0HIKbT_Cn5Q/edit

CERTIFICATION
Softcopy only

ADMINISTRATION OF COURSES
1. Duration of the course is 1 month.
2. Material(Softcopy) will be mailed for every 5 days.
3. You have to finish a module within the specified time.
4. You will be given 3 days to submit the questionnaire at the end once we sent the modules.
5. Confirmation mail will be sent within 24 hrs once enrolled.

CONTACT
WhatsApp or Call us at +91 88517 42417/9136804644.

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