JJUB55060U  Global Justice

Volume 2016/2017
Content

Critically reflect upon the concept of global justice; Analyze the role of the States in the achievement of global justice. Identify and explain the relation between global justice and poverty, immigration, human trafficking, gender, climate change and military interventions; Put into perspective the concept of global justice involved in the topics analyzed; Think about the European Union responses to the question of global justice;

Learning Outcome

The course is divided methodologically in three segments to provide a broad view to the student of the major considerations and topics related to global justice. Part one (“On general considerations”) make up a theoretical baseline of the definition and methodology of Global Justice. Part two (“Major Themes on Global Justice”) defines and debates the selection of issues related to the course. We pay special attention to the issue from a European Union perspective. Part three deals with the discussion and elaboration of European proposals to implement global justice legal policies. The following questions will shape this inquiry and will orient the main goals:- What is justice? Why might it be global in character?- Are states necessary for the achievement of global justice?- What role can the European Union play in this topic?- Does the Global order harm the Poor?- Which is the national responsibility on Global Justice?- Is law enforcement alone enough to reduce human trafficking?- Can war be used as Punishment?

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Credit
15 ECTS
Type of assessment
Oral examination, 20 min
Oral exam with preparation, 20 minutes
Marking scale
7-point grading scale
Censorship form
External censorship
Exam period

December 5 - 9, 2016 (preliminary dates)

Re-exam

Please see "Academic calendar" on KUnet.

  • Category
  • Hours
  • Seminar
  • 69
  • Preparation
  • 343,5
  • Total
  • 412,5