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Certificate course on Human Rights Laws and Advocacy, by Heena Parveen

"Empower yourself with knowledge, fight for justice, and make a difference in the world with this comprehensive course on human rights laws and advocacy by Heena Parveen."

Course Details:

  1. Note: Course Starting on 22nd June 2024
  2. Time:  Saturday- 7:30 -8:30 PM and Sunday- 7:30 - 8:30 PM
  3. Instructor: Heena Parveen (Assistant Professor, GDGU)
  4. Language: English and Hindi


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Certificate course on Human Rights, by Heena Parveen


Course Details:

  1. Note: Course Starting on 22nd June 2024
  2. Time:  Saturday- 7.30-8.30 PM and Sunday- 7.30-8.30 PM
  3. Instructor: Heena Parveen (Assistant Professor, GDGU)
  4. Language: English and Hindi

In the modern business landscape, human rights have emerged as a crucial discipline that safeguards individual freedoms and promotes social justice. With that in mind, we introduce the "Certificate Course on Human Rights by Heena Parveen," a comprehensive program designed to equip learners with an in-depth understanding of human rights. This course will cover fundamental principles, legal frameworks, and contemporary issues, ensuring that participants are well-prepared to advocate for and protect human rights in various contexts.


About the Course

This course is meticulously crafted to provide a holistic understanding of human rights, covering essential topics such as the fundamental principles of human rights, civil and political rights, economic, social, and cultural rights, and the rights of vulnerable groups. Additionally, the course explores the roles and functions of human rights institutions and mechanisms, the relationship between human rights and development, and the intersection of human rights and environmental issues.


The course culminates with an assignment and quiz to evaluate the learnings of the participants. Upon successful completion, participants will be awarded a certificate, signifying their comprehensive understanding and readiness to advocate for and protect human rights in various contexts.



About LegalStix Law School

LegalStix Law School is a distinguished online learning platform that delivers high-quality legal education. The courses offered by LegalStix Law School are designed by legal experts and are enriched with practical insights, making them an ideal choice for law students, legal practitioners, and anyone interested in gaining a strong understanding of legal principles.


About the Faculty

Ms.Heena is an Assistant Professor at, the School of Law, GDGU. She brings in 5+ years of teaching experience in different genres of laws such as International Humanitarian Law, Public International Laws, Family Laws, and Labour Laws, etc.


Prior to joining GDGU, she was working as Assistant Professor at Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. She’s pursuing her PhD from The National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata and She completed her LLM in International Laws from The National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata, and her B.A.LLB from Aligarh Muslim University, Uttar Pradesh. Additionally, she also qualified for UGC NET (Law) held in December 2019.


Course Structure

The course is structured into Six Modules, each covering a different aspect of competition law:


Module 1: Introduction to Human Rights


Definition and concept of human rights: Fundamental principles, historical evolution, and contemporary significance.

International human rights framework: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), key international covenants (ICCPR, ICESCR).

Indian context: key constitutional provisions (Articles 12-35), fundamental rights, and (Article 36-51) directive principles of state policy.


Module 2: Civil and Political Rights


Key civil and political rights: Freedom of speech, right to a fair trial, personal liberty.

Judicial protection: landmark Supreme Court judgments, the role of judicial review and public interest litigation.

Institutional mechanisms: The role of National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs), redressal mechanisms, and complaint procedures.


Module 3: Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights


Key economic, social, and cultural rights: right to work and fair wages, right to education and health.

Legal and policy frameworks: International treaties (ICESCR), national policies and programs.

Implementation and challenges: Practical challenges, role of civil society and community participation.


Module 4: Rights of Vulnerable Groups


Identifying vulnerable groups: women, children, minorities, refugees, disabled persons, and specific challenges.

Legal and policy measures: key international conventions, national legislation, role of statutory bodies.

Case studies and impact: successful interventions, advocacy, and awareness campaigns.


Module 5: Human Rights Institutions and Mechanisms


Human rights institutions: United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), other statutory bodies.

Mechanisms for protection and redressal: Complaint mechanisms, role of judiciary, case studies.

Challenges and reforms: Issues faced by institutions, proposed reforms, and improvements


Module 6: Role of International Humanitarian Organizations and the International Court of Justice (ICJ)


International Humanitarian Organizations: Overview of key organizations (ICRC, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch); their roles, missions, and impact.

International Court of Justice (ICJ): Structure, functions, jurisdiction; key cases and decisions related to human rights.

Collaboration and Challenges: Collaboration with states and other entities; enforcement challenges and case studies.

Climate change and human rights: Impact on human rights, environmental justice, rights of Indigenous peoples




Key Highlights

  • Expert-guided course
  • Comprehensive curriculum
  • Flexible schedule
  • Learning resources including case studies, e-books, and more
  • 4 weeks of online internship under expert supervision
  • Access to the alumni community
  • Affordable course fee


What Will You Learn

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:



  • Understand the fundamental principles and historical context of human rights.
  • Learn about key international documents and Indian constitutional provisions.
  • Understand the importance of economic, social, and cultural rights.
  • Explore civil and political rights and their protection under law.
  • Learn about the mechanisms available for protecting and promoting human rights.
  • Examine case studies and judicial interventions.
  • Understand the roles and functions of various human rights institutions.



The course is open to anyone with a keen interest in competition law. However, it is particularly beneficial for law students, legal practitioners, and corporate professionals.


Refund Policy

In case the participant wishes to cancel their enrollment, a request for refund can be made. The refund policy ensures fairness and transparency in such situations. However, it's important to note that the refund request should be made within the specified time frame.

The "Certificate Course on Human Rights by Heena Parveen" offers a unique opportunity to delve into the intricacies of competition law. Sign up today and embark on this enriching learning journey with LegalStix Law School!


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