RIHL805 | Refugee & International Humanitarian Law

Course Information

  • 2019-20
  • RIHL805
  • LL.M.
  • I
  • Nov 2019
  • Core Course

An Elective Course, a developing branches of International Human Rights Law
Teacher intends to approach the course through interactive lectures, discussions and presentations by students.
The course intends to provide students a comprehensive view of International Refugee Law to sensitize students about its significance in preventing, human rights violation and thus contributing towards maintenance of international peace and security.  Upon completion of this course the students would:

Be able to identify the relevant principles, laws and precedents and apply them to resolve issues relating to protection of refugees;
Be able to analyse and critically comment on theoretical and legal debates on ‘refugee’ issues;
Be able to critically evaluate the strength and weakness of International Refugee Law; and
Finally, be able to develop legal research, writing and legal argument skills