Course Readings

Week One: Conceptual and Definitional Issues

Thursday July 5th

For session with Prof. Adrian:

Reading Assignment Package

For session with Prof. Marks:

Human Rights: A Brief Intro 2018

Chronology of UN Milestones on Human Rights and Development

The United Nations and Human Rights

Friday July 6th

For session with Prof. Hannum:

International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights

For simulation:

Agenda for Simulation 

Extracts India UPR review

Human Rights Watch Response to India Report

Response to Recommendations India 2017

For session with Dr. McInerney-Lankford:

Human Rights Indicators in Development An Introduction – Read Chapter 1: Introduction

Week Two: Social and Economic Issues

Monday July 9th

For session with Prof. Henson:

What is Development

For session with Dr. Alice Han:

Required Reading Packet

Tuesday July 10th

For session with Prof. Henson:

Food and Nutrition

Wednesday July 11th

For session with Prof. Macdonald:

Amazonial Indigenous Views

Beyond Dinosaurs and Oil Spills

For session with Prof. Marks:

Declaration on the Right to Development

Normative Expansion of Right to Health and the Proliferation of Human Rights

The Future of the Right to Development

Thursday July 12th

For session with Prof. Jacobsen:

Required Reading

Building Livelihood Opportunities for Refugee Populations: Lessons from Past Practice 

Livelihoods and Forced Migration

UNHCR-Promoting Livelihoods and Self-reliance

Look over

UNHCR Global Trends Forced Displacement in 2018

For session with Prof. Naujoks:

Required readings

Migration Displacement and the Sustainable Development Goals: Session design

Achieving the Migration Related Sustainable Development Goals – Required pp. 75-89; pp. 107-114

Migration and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development – Goals 4, 8, and 16

Additional readings

Migration Citizenship Development

Migration and Development: a theoretical perspective

Friday July 13th

For session with Prof. Stein:

Disability chapter in Human Rights and Development


Week Three: Global Political Economy

Monday July 16th

For session with Prof. Trachtman:

World Trade Report 2014 read pp-188-210

For session with Prof. Murthy:

Reading Packet on HRTWS and SDGs

Tuesday July 17th

For session with Prof. Reimers:

Fernando Reimers Bioshort

Learning to Collaborate for the Global Common Good

Empowering Students to Improve the World in Sixty Lessons

For session with Ms. Diez Sagüillo:

Guiding Principles on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights

Making Human Rights Work for People Living in Extreme Poverty

Case Study: Relocation Manila1

For session with Prof. Rogge:

Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights

Human Rights- A Growing Risk For Companies Doing Business In Tough Places

“For the Game for the World” FIFA and Human Rights

Turning up the heat: Corporate legal accountability for climate change, read pages 1-4, skim rest of brief

Wednesday July 18th

For session with Ms. Gibbons:

Convention on the Rights of the Child

Convention on the Rights of the Child and Implementation of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Latin America pg-1-51

For session with Ms. Lee: