BA in HUMAN RIGHTS & HUMAN DIVERSITY
The BA in Human Rights and Human Diversity addresses the human rights revolution in Canada and around the world. It prepares you for careers and further study by equipping you with an understanding of human rights (their origins, the laws and institutions designed to protect them, the range of rights, and controversial issues), human diversity (the forces and processes that are diversifying societies, policies that have been put in place to manage and accommodate diversity, as well as issues and opportunities that are accompanying diversity) and transferable skills that employers are seeking.
To explore this innovative Human Rights program, opportunities for work and international experience, campus clubs, and preparing for careers, click the links in the left-hand column.
Application information for Ghana Internships for summer 2015 can be found HERE.
|Field Course Opportunity in Mexico City
(Headline - Nov 28)
|ONE MORE SPOT AVAILABLE for Summer 2015 Ghana Internship (Apply by December 10th)
(Headline - Nov 21)
|Amnesty International Movie Night Tuesday Nov. 18 7 pm
(Headline - Nov 14)
|HR261 Multiculturalism students participate in Not My Tomato Campaign
(Headline - Oct 31)
|Laurier's Ghana Internships Featured in AUCC Report
(Headline - Oct 10)