During the course Human Rights and Democracy Clinic Part II, students on the masters program work in small sub-groups to plan and execute a project of relevance for human rights and democracy.
The course provides an in-depth view of some of the methods and theories that inform the practical work of advancing human rights and democracy at different levels of society. It includes a set of workshops where students will develop transferable skills like project planning, information gathering, analysis, report writing and oral presentation.
The project materializes in a larger report that documents a current issue with relevance for the field of study. Reports emphasize the interplay between theory and practice, and especially how the interpretation of central concepts, legal frameworks and social processes shape what are considered as relevant problems and measures in the advancement of human rights and democracy.
- Civil and political rights in Rwanda (freedom of association and expression)
Gisele Follyvi, Thomas Okodi. Amanda Lennartsson Olsson
- The compulsory hijab in the Islamic republic of Iran
Sanna Anehagen, Sirine Ameur, Maria Kjellgren, Johanna Palmgren
- Women’s Health: The Delivery Ward in Stockholm
A. Lenander, L. Carlbom, M. Johansson, S. Lind, V. Apelthun
- Compulsory Hijab in Iran: Women’s Choice or State’s Demand?
- Child Marriage in Mozambique
Emma Heinonen, Louise Lindfors, Sinead Sammy
- “Lack of education, Lack of future” The barriers and challenges for Afghan children’s education in Iran
Tannaz Horri Farahani, Ana Maria Uribe, Litta Marak Sandra, Gerardo Vasquez, Hodan Abdi
Interviews with students
Sanna Anehagen – interview answers
Alireza Asgari – interview answers
Ami Giselle Follyvi – interview answers
Tannaz Horri Farahani – interview answers
Maria Kjellgren – interview answers
Amanda Lennartsson Olsson – interview answers
Sara Lindh – interview answers
Thomas Okodi – interview answers
Emma Heinonen, Louise Lindfors, Sinead Sammy – interview answers