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NRM 801 Research methodology for human rights and RHP 803 Research proposal. These modules continue over year 1.

By 31 December of 2020, students' supervisors must have approved the research proposal.

Year one: 2020

  • HRA 802 International human rights law relevant to sexual and reproductive rights in Africa
    1 January to 28 February 2020
    Coordinator: Prof Magnus Killander
    No block week

  • HRA 803 Using human rights principles to realise sexual and reproductive health rights claims
    1 March to 31 May 2020
    Coordinator: Prof Charles Ngwena
    Block week: 16 – 22 March 2020
  • HRA 804 Applying human rights to selected reproductive health issues in Africa
    1 June to 31 September 2020
    Coordinator: Prof Charles Ngwena
    Block week: 10 - 14 August 2020
  • HRA 805 Applying human rights principles to selected sexual rights and sexuality issues in Africa
    1 October to 30 December 2020
    Coordinator: Prof Charles Ngwena
    No Block week
  • HRA 806 Applying human rights principles to selected rights of sexual minorities in Africa
    1 December 2018 to 30 March 2021
    Coordinator: Prof Frans Viljoen
    Block week:  To be announced in due course

  • HRA 807 Research and advocacy to realise sexual, reproductive health and sexual minority rights claims in Africa
    1 March to 31 July 2021
    Coordinator: Prof Frans Viljoen
    Block week: To be announced in due course

Assessment methods

In general, this course will be assessed as follows:

Pre-contact assessment: Students will be expected to submit assignments before the block session (counting 30% of the total assessment mark of the module).

Contact session assessment: During the block week, students will be assessed on their participation and at the end of the block week students will write an exam (counting 30% of the total assessment mark of the module).

Post-contact session: Upon the completion of the block week an assignment will be assigned to students.
(Counting 40% of the total assessment mark of the module)

Specific assessment per module will be communicated by via e-mail.

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NRM 801 Research methodology for human rights and RHP 803 Research proposal. These modules continue over year 1.

By 31 December of 2020, students' supervisors must have approved the research proposal.

Year one: 2020

  • HRA 802 International human rights law relevant to sexual and reproductive rights in Africa
    1 January to 28 February 2020
    Coordinator: Prof Magnus Killander
    No block week

  • HRA 803 Using human rights principles to realise sexual and reproductive health rights claims
    1 March to 31 May 2020
    Coordinator: Prof Charles Ngwena
    Block week: 16 – 22 March 2020
  • HRA 804 Applying human rights to selected reproductive health issues in Africa
    1 June to 31 September 2020
    Coordinator: Prof Charles Ngwena
    Block week: 10 - 14 August 2020
  • HRA 805 Applying human rights principles to selected sexual rights and sexuality issues in Africa
    1 October to 30 December 2020
    Coordinator: Prof Charles Ngwena
    No Block week
  • HRA 806 Applying human rights principles to selected rights of sexual minorities in Africa
    1 December 2018 to 30 March 2021
    Coordinator: Prof Frans Viljoen
    Block week:  To be announced in due course

  • HRA 807 Research and advocacy to realise sexual, reproductive health and sexual minority rights claims in Africa
    1 March to 31 July 2021
    Coordinator: Prof Frans Viljoen
    Block week: To be announced in due course

Assessment methods

In general, this course will be assessed as follows:

Pre-contact assessment: Students will be expected to submit assignments before the block session (counting 30% of the total assessment mark of the module).

Contact session assessment: During the block week, students will be assessed on their participation and at the end of the block week students will write an exam (counting 30% of the total assessment mark of the module).

Post-contact session: Upon the completion of the block week an assignment will be assigned to students.
(Counting 40% of the total assessment mark of the module)

Specific assessment per module will be communicated by via e-mail.