DESCRIPTION OF COURSE UNIT


1.

Code

Course unit title

Title of the degree programme

LLL17B000500

Official Activities and Human Rights

Elective subject


2.

Name of lecturer(s)

Departament(s)

Coordinator: Prof. Dr. Alfonsas Laurinavičius (laalfa@mruni.eu)

a. o: Prof. Dr. Alfonsas Laurinavičius

Institute of Economics and Business


3.

Cycle of course unit

Level of course unit

Type of course unit

I

Not applicable

Optional


4.

Mode of delivery

Year of study and semester when the course unit is delivered

Language of instruction

Auditorium, self-studies

1 semester

Lithuanian


5.

Study requirements

Prerequisites:

Co-requisites:

Work placement(s):

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable


7.

Number of ECTS credits allocated

Student's workload

Contact work hours and planned learning activities

Independent work hours

6

162

50

112


8.

Purpose of the course unit

Exploring how the state ensures the human rights and fundamental freedoms, with the knowledge of law enforcement officers the powers and measures to protect and maintain the moral human relationships, to create preconditions for human rights and freedoms; develop their capacity to analyze situations, how to tarnybinėje activities in support of (implementation) of Human rights and Fundamental freedoms Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and other international treaties, documents.

Learning outcomes of the course unit

Teaching and learning methods

Assessment methods

Understanding the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other UN human rights instruments value Understanding Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (ECHR), its practical implementation and application of the mechanics of the protection of human rights Know the Lithuanian Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and Protection (tesėsaugos) system Know Michael Romeris University of freedoms and human rights protection system Understand socially oriented public relations management features - model To help understand how public services are working on human rights issues based on a set of social norms; Develop skills to defend individual and social values ??through both the public and community forces.

Lectures, individual presentation of papers and discussions

Elected by a cumulative score


9.

Course contens

Topics

Contact work hours and planned learning activities

Independent work hours and tasks

Tasks

1. Visuotinė žmogaus teisių konvencija, Europos žmogaus teisių ir pagrindinių laisvių apsaugos konvencija – žmogaus teisių sistemos.

4

4

8

18

Choose your paper (report) Preparing seminar topic

2. European Convention on Human Rights and the Lithuanian government services rights and obligations compatibility

4

4

8

18

Choose your paper (report) Preparing seminar topic

3. Common European principles of Community law defining the value of public institutions and their officers discretion

2

4

6

18

Choose your paper (report) Preparing seminar topic

4. Administration of the institutions carrying out the system of human rights protection assumption

2

6

8

18

Choose your paper (report) Preparing seminar topic

5. Special civil service officials for human rights expertise

2

6

8

18

Practical situations, descriptions and analysis based on the rules laid down by law, and management principles

6. State and business partnership in promoting human rights and building a harmonious society

2

8

10

22

The state, business and NGO cooperation traditions, the implementation of the ECHR, sample description and analysis

Assessment

2

2

Overall

16

32

2

50

 

112

 


10.

Assessment strategy

Weighting percentage

Period or date of assessment

Assessment criteria

Tasks performance in seminars

20

During semester

Laws, study of documents on human rights point of view - the implementation of the ECHR

Tasks performance in seminars

20

During semester

Papers (reports) delivery group, attracting audiences in the subject

Examination

60

During exam session

Knowledge, skills, tasks, make decisions examining simple practical situations