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Course unit
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RIGHTS
GIP5070678, A.A. 2017/18

Information concerning the students who enrolled in A.Y. 2016/17

Information on the course unit
Degree course 5 years single cycle degree in
LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE (Ord. 2014)
GI0270, Degree course structure A.Y. 2014/15, A.Y. 2017/18
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Degree course track GENERICO - SEDE DI TREVISO [999TV]
Number of ECTS credits allocated 6.0
Type of assessment Mark
Course unit English denomination ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RIGHTS
Website of the academic structure http://www.giurisprudenza.unipd.it
Department of reference Department of Public, International and Community Law
Mandatory attendance No
Language of instruction English
Branch TREVISO
Single Course unit The Course unit can be attended under the option Single Course unit attendance
Optional Course unit The Course unit can be chosen as Optional Course unit

Lecturers
No lecturer assigned to this course unit

ECTS: details
Type Scientific-Disciplinary Sector Credits allocated
Educational activities in elective or integrative disciplines IUS/21 Comparative Public Law 6.0

Mode of delivery (when and how)
Period Second semester
Year 2nd Year
Teaching method frontal

Organisation of didactics
Type of hours Credits Hours of
teaching
Hours of
Individual study
Shifts
Lecture 6.0 48 102.0 No turn

Calendar
Start of activities 26/02/2018
End of activities 01/06/2018

Examination board
Board From To Members of the board
3 A.A. 2017/18 sede di Treviso 02/10/2017 30/09/2018 PIN ANDREA (Presidente)
ANTONINI LUCA (Membro Effettivo)
BERGO MONICA (Membro Effettivo)
PADULA CARLO (Supplente)

Syllabus
Prerequisites: The course is entirely held in English.
Target skills and knowledge: The course is intended to provide students with a critical knowledge of contemporary European and global trends in the field of social and economic rights. Students will be able to contrast and distinguish between different models of social and economic rights, as well as their ideological underpinnings and the social background upon which they are built.
Examination methods: Oral final examination. Upon request, the oral examination can be replaced with the submission of a written paper on a negotiated subject, upon which the evaluation will be based.
Assessment criteria: Students are expected to familiarize with the subjects that are taught and to develop critical appraisals of them.
Course unit contents: The course will deal with the hottest post-global crisis topics, on a comparative perspective. It will ponder how and if the "rights" structure that prevails in contemporary public law is responsive to contemporary needs. Case discussions will be the prevailing method through which topics will be treated. Special attention will be devoted to economic and social rights in America, Europe, and new global powers.

The following issues will be covered :
- right to entrepreneurship
- right to health
- right to housing
- right to food and water
- right to social assistance
- entrepreneurship and labour rights
- individual rights and e-conomy.
Planned learning activities and teaching methods: The course will be run as a seminar, and blend lectures with case discussions based on pre-assigned readings.
Given the necessity of shaping the course according to the evolving circumstances, a curated and updated list of readings will be given at the beginning of the course.
Additional notes about suggested reading: Students are expected to have read assignments in advance. At the beginning of the course the Professor will assign readings for each lesson.
Textbooks (and optional supplementary readings)
  • K. Young, Constituting Economic and Social Rights. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012. Reference book Cerca nel catalogo