IHP Human Rights: Foundations, Challenges, and Advocacy
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Throughout the program, students will live primarily with host families. Homestays give students the chance to gain a closer view of the local culture and to experience the daily rhythm of life as a member of a host family. Homestays provide further context and perspectives on issues being studied, and new opportunities to deepen cultural understanding.
Other accommodations could include guesthouses and/or small hotels.
Duration: Fall or Spring, 17 weeks
New York, NY, USA; Kathmandu, Nepal; Amman, Jordan; Santiago, Chile Read more...
Prerequisites: Coursework in social sciences (anthropology, history, economics, sociology, and/or political science). Learn More...
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