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SOWK 3207 [0.5 credit] Human Rights Practice in Civil Society

Examines the advocacy role and capacity of organizations in civil society to increase popular participation in promoting and protecting human rights; includes transnational and national non-governmental organizations, grassroots movements, community organizations, and virtual or Internet-based organizations.
Prerequisite(s): SOWK 1001 and SOWK 1002 or PAPM 1000 or HRSJ 1001 or permission of the School of Social Work.
Lecture three hours a week.