Units of Study

SCLG6916 - Indigenous Rights - Global Issues

Semester 2, 2011  |  Credit Points: 6

Coordinator: Deirdre Ellen Howard-Wagner

Description

This unit will provide students with an appreciation of the Indigenous peoples' struggle for Indigenous rights through an understanding of international, regional and national processes relevant to this struggle. Students will not only learn about Indigenous peoples histories in relation to colonisation and state building and the relevance of the nation-state and governments to the struggle for Indigenous rights but also the significance of international law, globalisation and economic development to Indigenous peoples struggle for Indigenous rights.

Assessments

1x3000wd research essay (65%), 1x1500wd seminar paper (35%)

Classes

1x2hr seminar/week

Additional Information

only available to B Socio-legal Studies to include majors in sociology, social policy, indigenous studies

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SCLG6916 - Indigenous Rights - Global Issues

Semester 2, 2011  |  Credit Points: 6

Coordinator: Deirdre Ellen Howard-Wagner

Description

This unit will provide students with an appreciation of the Indigenous peoples' struggle for Indigenous rights through an understanding of international, regional and national processes relevant to this struggle. Students will not only learn about Indigenous peoples histories in relation to colonisation and state building and the relevance of the nation-state and governments to the struggle for Indigenous rights but also the significance of international law, globalisation and economic development to Indigenous peoples struggle for Indigenous rights.

Assessments

1x3000wd research essay (65%), 1x1500wd seminar paper (35%)

Classes

1x2hr seminar/week

Additional Information

only available to B Socio-legal Studies to include majors in sociology, social policy, indigenous studies

The information displayed above is indicative only as online information is subject to change without notice. The Faculty Handbook and the University of Sydney Calendar are the official legal source of information relating to study at the University of Sydney