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The Big Question: The Big Human Rights Questions

Updated Friday, 26th November 2004

Emma Joseph and the team investigate some of the large issues underlying human rights.

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If you'd like to take your interest in this area further, the Open University might have a course for you - regardless of where you live. Many OU courses are available worldwide, making use of the web, email and electronic conferencing. The exact range of courses available to you will depend on the country in which you live.

If you're new to studying this subject at a higher level, a good place to start would be Understanding society, which offers an opportunity to consider selected key concepts and debates within the social sciences - for example, in relation to families, culture, global markets, migrant labour, community and social movements.

International development - "Challenges for a world in transition" - explores the issues arising in a world challenged by poverty and inequality, but also facing the opportunities of technology and knowledge. This is a second-level course and although no prior knowledge is assumed, it's recommended that you try a lower-level course before starting it.

 

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