This course will consider human rights and public health perceptions related to child health and will review research, programs, policies, and case examples related to the care of children who are in highly vulnerable situations around the world. It will focus on programs for orphans and vulnerable children in Africa, migration on the Mexico UNS Border, and will include comparative case studies from other regions, including children in migration and children who live in conflict situations. The course prepares students for practice, or advocacy in this area, and will give students an opportunity to explore issues in their own country of origin or the setting for their work. Public health and human rights approaches will be considered in light of new tendencies and proposals in peace and development - such as the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and their related critiques.
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Categoria: Màsters oficials i Doctorats (2019/2020)