Everyday, 7 - 10 PM
Human Rights is a broad field of study covering issues related to basic rights and freedom to which every person is entitled. It can be a rewarding and challenging field of study, leading to a fulfilling career.
Dr Swati Chakraborty is a Certified Tutor of NET-Human Rights and her 10-session course is meant to be a general introduction to international human rights, as well as an overview of some specific topics in this field.
Through Dr Swati’s classes, explore the basics of Human Rights including the History of Human Rights, ideas of Public Ethics, International Human Rights instruments, Categories of Rights, Human Rights Violations, Protection, and much more.
She will help you to get familiar with the basics and understand the need for Human Rights in your day-to-day life. In addition to this, you will be able to understand various Human Rights branches of study, such as Rights of Women, Rights of Children, Rights of Indigenous Groups, Armed Conflicts and Terrorism, the environment, sexual and religious Minorities, and so on.
Dr Swati’s Human Rights course consists of 10 online classes, each one lasting about 1 hour. By the end of her course, you will be able to understand the core concept of human rights and the importance of each of them.
Dr Swati Chakraborty is an assistant professor in Human Rights at Schoolguru Eduserve Pvt. Ltd. and Vice-President, South East Asia, of the Eurasian Doctoral Summer Academy (EDSA). She has earned her Ph.D in Human Rights from the University of Calcutta and has worked with the National Human Rights Commission India as a research consultant.
She is the council representative at the World Peace Committee in India and was a speaker for an EU program: Towards a Global Exchange on Religion in Society, Brussels, as a representative of Hinduism and humanity.
Dr Swati has been associated with various NGOs and development agencies from the early stages for social inclusion, community networks, human rights activism, peace-building, and advocacy for women's life-long education and empowerment with a focus on indigenous needs.
She has written more than 20 articles and is also the editor of several books and journals including 'Tribal Development', 'Gender Identity and Roles in India: Issues and Challenges', 'Multidisciplinary Handbook of Social Exclusion and Human Rights', 'Inclusive Development and Sustainability', 'Handbook of International Relations: Issues of Human Rights and Foreign Policy'.
In addition to this, she has teaching expertise as a lecturer at the English College in Calicut, Kerala, where she undertook a youth intercultural dialogue training program.