PresentationThe Pablo de Olavide University and the International University of Andalusia organize the Master's Degree in Human Rights, Interculturality and Development, which proposes the construction of a comprehensive and contextualized vision of the concept of Human Rights in the European sphere. In this sense, we connect with the efforts being made from Europe to establish avenues for Development Cooperation with Latin America and Africa.
The generic objectives of the Program, therefore, consist in establishing connections between international regulations and jurisprudence on Human Rights and the establishment of material and endogenous conditions for economic development in said regions.
These general objectives are specified in lines of research in which each student must necessarily be included. These lines would be four:Concept and foundation of Human Rights.
Bases for the creation of a new concept of Institutional Development.
The interrelation between rights, development and interculturality.
The presentation and proposal of a system of guarantees (legal, economic, social and cultural) that serve to carry forward our interrelation between Human Rights and Development.
Art and Human Rights.Who can access?Definitive admission to postgraduate studies is conditional on the accreditation of compliance with the general and specific requirements for access to the master at the time the academic activity begins. Royal Decree 1393/2007, modified by RD 861/2010, establishes the organization of new official university studies. According to this decree, access to the university master's degree may be in the following situations:Access with an official Spanish university degree: Anyone who has an official university degree, or a graduate, engineer, certified architect, technical engineer or technical architect can apply for a place in a university master's degree.
Access with a university degree from the European Higher Education Area (EHEA): Anyone who has a university degree issued by a higher education institution of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) can apply for a place in a university master's degree, which allows access to official master studies.
Access with a university degree outside the European Higher Education Area (EHEA): Anyone who has a university degree issued by a higher education institution outside the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) can apply for a place in a university master's degree, which allow access to university master studies. In this case, they can access as long as they obtain the prior approval of a qualification that they have access or, without approval, with the verification that these studies accredit a level of training equivalent to the state degrees and that they empower in the country that issued the title to access postgraduate studies. If they access without approval of previous studies, they will have to submit an application for access to the master with studies from outside the EHEA at the time of pre-enrollment.Acceptance into a university master's degree does not imply, in any case, the homologation of the previous degree, nor its recognition for purposes other than that of studying master's degrees.CurriculumModule 1: Critical Theory of Human Rights
Module 2: Bio (socio) diversity and Human Rights
Module 3: Human Rights and Political Alternatives
Module 4: International Human Rights Law