Human Rights, Diversity and Social Inclusion

Course Code: SOCI 1500

Academic Year: 2017-2018

This course will introduce students to the principles of human rights, diversity and social inclusion as well as the international and national laws and policies that have been developed to guide human interactions. Students will be provided with opportunities to explore their own personal locations while examining concepts related to colonization, power, privilege and oppression while simultaneously expanding their understanding of the theoretical and applied aspects of social justice, anti-racist and anti-oppression (including indigenous, feminist and critical race theories) that are central to effective engagement in dialogues of community and practices of community development.