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Class of 2022

NRM 801 Research methodology for human rights and RHP 803 Research proposal are completion courses.These modules continue over year 1 By 31 December of 2022, students' supervisors must have approved the research proposal. You only register for RHP 803 in the second year.

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Year one: 2022 - Year 1 registration NRM 801, HRA 802, HRA 803, HRA 804, HRA 805

  • HRA 802 International human rights law relevant to sexual and reproductive rights in Africa
    1 February - 18 March 2022
    Coordinator: Prof Magnus Killander
    No block week

  • HRA 803 Using human rights principles to realise sexual and reproductive health rights claims
    21 March - 27 May 2022
    Coordinator: Prof Charles Ngwena
    Block week: 28 March - 1 April 2022

  • HRA 804 Applying human rights to selected reproductive health issues in Africa
    13 June - 30 September 2022
    Coordinator: Prof Charles Ngwena
    Block week: 22 - 26 August 2022

  • HRA 805 Applying human rights principles to selected sexual rights and sexuality issues in Africa
    1 October to 30 December 2022
    Coordinator: Prof Charles Ngwena
    No Block week

Year Two: 2023 - Year 2 registration RHP 803, HRA806, HRA 807, MND 802

  • HRA 806 Applying human rights principles to selected rights of sexual minorities in Africa
    1 December 2022 - 30 March 2023
    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 - 31 July 2023
    Coordinator: Dr Nkatha Murungi
    Block week: To be announced in due course
     
  • MND 802 Mini-dissertation
    2023

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.