Gender & Intl Comparative Law (LAW-676A-001)
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This course broadly seeks to introduce students to the implications of gender constructs within international and comparative law and how such constructs affect the personhood of individuals and groups. At the core of this course is the question; how do gender constructs at the communal, national and international levels affect impact the rights and obligations of individuals? Using an intersectional and transnational approach, we will examine domestic and international topics such as the legality of the person, access to justice, sexual and reproductive rights, political participation, access to decision-making bodies, development paradigms, migration and transnational trends in trafficking in persons.
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