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Human Rights Defenders

5.0★ | 1 ratings · $49 · Length: 18 hours

Human rights defenders are people who have the courage to stand up against injustice. In this online course, you will follow their stories, learn how they mitigate risks and explore the creative ways they use to speak up. You will find out what drives them to...

edX | Amnesty International, Amnesty InternationalX, AmnestyInternationalX | Taught by Emilie White, Rachael Mayo, Guadalupe Marengo and others


Human Rights: The Rights of Refugees

5.0★ | 1 ratings · $49 · Length: 12 hours

Across the world, barriers are growing. Every day people fleeing war and persecution find the door slammed in their face. Refugees have human rights. What are these rights? Who is responsible for upholding and protecting them? How can we hold them to account? This...

edX | Amnesty International, Amnesty InternationalX, AmnestyInternationalX | Taught by Emilie White, Cristina Sganga, Robert Fellner and others


Digital Security and Human Rights

5.0★ | 1 ratings · $49 · Length: 4 hours

Malware. Phishing. Data retention. Mass surveillance. We know there are real risks in the digital world, but we don’t always know what to do about them. How do these threats work? How important is digital security? Where do we even start? This course is a...

edX | Amnesty InternationalX, AmnestyInternationalX | Taught by Amnesty International


Children's Human Rights - An Interdisciplinary Introduction

4.5★ | 196 ratings · $49 · Length: 32 hours

Drawing on the contributions of several academic disciplines including law, psychology, sociology, history, educational and health sciences, economy and anthropology, an interdisciplinary approach guides the student into a selection of critical issues concerning...

Coursera | University of Geneva | Taught by Roberta Ruggiero, Philip D. Jaffé, Jean Zermatten


LSC402: Global Justi

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How might you define, understand, and uphold justice in a global and globalizing world? That question forms the focal point of this course. It leads to an examination of whether or not global justice is impossible because of a chaotic and extremely diverse world,...

Saylor Academy


LSC401: Ethics and Public Poli

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Students of political science should understand how ethics, culture, religion, and morality help to shape public debate, policymaking, and policy execution. This course will provide you with an overview of the role that ethical, cultural, religious, and moral...

Saylor Academy



2017 From Mao to Now: On Chinese Marxism

$49 · Length: 15 hours

To make sense of modern China, you simply cannot ignore Marxism. ‘From Mao to Now’ presents current topics that anyone who wishes to engage with China should know. Rather than praising or condemning, the course focuses on building a deeper understanding of this...

edX | the University of Newcastle, Australia, NewcastleX | Taught by Roland Boer


Myths, Rituals, and Cosmos

$49 · Length: 10 hours

In this class, we will first think about myths and rituals from the perspective of the comparative study of religion. We will explore the symbolism of sacred time and space, rubrics by which how various religious communities have conceptualized the cosmos. From...

edX | SNUx | Taught by Yohan Yoo


Language Revival: Securing the Future of Endangered Languages

3.8★ | 5 ratings · $169 · Length: 12 hours

Language is an integral part of society. Wherever we come from, the words we use and the way in which we use them are fundamental to our cultural identity. In today’s increasingly globalised world, however, ‘linguicide’ – the loss of a language – is becoming all...

edX | University of Adelaide, AdelaideX | Taught by Ghil’ad Zuckermann, Rob Amery


Civil liberties and civil rights

Part of AP®︎ US Government and Politics

Length: 6 hours

How does the Constitution protect civil liberties and rights? How have different Supreme Court interpretations of different amendments impacted and defined civil rights in the U.S.?This course contains 13 segments:The Bill of RightsThe First Amendment: freedom of...

Khan Academy


Knowledge-Based AI: Cognitive Systems

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This class is offered as CS7637 at Georgia Tech where it is a part of the Online Masters Degree (OMS). Taking this course here will not earn credit towards the OMS degree.This is a core course in artificial intelligence. It is designed to be a challenging course,...

Udacity | Taught by Ashok Goel, David Joyner


Multilingual Learning for a Globalised World

$69 · Length: 0 hours

This free online course will explore multilingual education and how it can impact and improve education and even wider society. Understand why languages matter Our languages are an essential part of who we are as human beings. They are instruments of...

FutureLearn | University of Glasgow | Taught by Aneta Marren, Elwira Grossman, Alison Phipps and others


LSC232: American Governme

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The scope and emphasis of POLSC232 goes beyond a general understanding of civics to incorporate the core concepts of the American system of government, the workings of its myriad of actors and agencies, the key components of "politics” in the American system, and...

Saylor Academy


LSC201: Introduction to Western Political Thoug

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Political thought, or political philosophy, is the study of questions concerning power, justice, rights, law, and other issues pertaining to governance. Whereas political science assumes that these concepts are what they are, political thought asks how they have...

Saylor Academy


Civil liberties and civil rights

Part of US government and civics

Length: 6 hours

This course contains 13 segments:The Bill of RightsThe First Amendment: freedom of religionThe First Amendment: freedom of speechThe First Amendment

Khan Academy


Data Ethics, AI and Responsible Innovation

$49 · Length: 12 hours

How much would you like your smart home to know about you? Has your data been harvested and used for political advertising on social media? Would you be happy to be profiled by a predictive policing AI? As we create more data-driven technologies, those issues...

edX | EdinburghX | Taught by Ewa Luger, Michael Rovatsos, Burkhard Schafer and others


Political participation

Part of AP®︎ US Government and Politics

Length: 6 hours

This unit covers how citizens participate directly and indirectly in the government of the United States. Learn about voting rights and voter turnout, how presidential and congressional elections work, and how linkage institutions like the media, political...

Khan Academy


Human-Computer Interaction III: Ethics, Needfinding & Prototyping

$99 · Length: 33 hours

This course takes you through lessons 14 through 18 of CS6750: Human-Computer Interaction as taught in the Georgia Tech Online Master of Science in Computer Science program.In this course, you’ll begin by learning the design life cycle. This is the process...

edX | GTx | Taught by David Joyner


Chemerinsky on Constitutional Law – Individual Rights and Liberties

4.9★ | 17 ratings · $49 · Length: 24 hours

Chemerinsky on Constitutional Law: Individual Rights and Liberties will highlight the construction and interpretation of the U.S. Constitution through the centuries with an emphasis on protections of individual liberties and the evolution of equal protection....

Coursera | University of California, Irvine | Taught by Erwin Chemerinsky


Forced and Precarious Labor in the Global Economy: Slavery by Another Name?

$49 · Length: 31 hours

Led by some of the world’s leading authorities in the field, this course provides an introduction to the role of forced and precarious labor in the global economy. Building upon content from the widely acclaimed online platform ‘Beyond Trafficking and...

edX | Wits University, WitsX | Taught by Joel Quirk, Neil Howard, Elena Shih and others

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