Programa publicado por: George Mason University, Center for Global Education
Publicado el: 15/02/2013
This field-based study abroad seminar will focus on human rights, particularly women's and children's rights. Other themes of interest in this unique program include sustainable human, social, economic, political, and community development; intra-familial, gender-based, and community violence; poverty; and health and social services. Students will critically examine policies and programs related to these themes and their implementation.
May 20 - June 4, 2013*
APPLICATION FEE: $100
PROGRAM FEE: $3,460
March 8, 2013
ELIGIBILTY: This program is open to all undergraduate and graduate students, including students who do not attend George Mason University.
Undergraduate: 3 credits in SOCW 475, WMST 390, or CONF 399
Graduate: 3 credits in SOCW 676, WMST 600, or CONF 695
EXCURSIONS: Too many to list!
PROGRAM FORMAT: The seminar format combines lectures and active learning exercises with reading and writing assignments, videos, individual and panel guest presentations, and site visits to governmental and non-governmental organizations across levels, from community-based grass roots to national and international organizations.
CONTACT: Denise Elles-Mdahuar via email at email@example.com or by calling 703.993.2155 or toll free at 866.468.1243. The toll free number does not accept calls from the 703 or 571 area code.