International Asylum and Refugee Law
Critically evaluate whether The Geneva Convention 1951, adequately addresses gender related persecution. Discuss whether the gender neutral language which is used in the Convention is, in fact, regressive.
Refer to relevant statute, case law and conventions in your answer.
Max. word count: 4,000 – 5,000 words (excluding bibliography and reasonable footnotes)
An oral presentation of your work will follow.
Learning outcomes to be achieved:
1. Critically analyse and provide in-depth evaluation of International Asylum and Immigration Law and of the philosophical, political and economic structures underpinning it
2. Demonstrate an advanced theoretical knowledge and in-depth critical understanding of International Asylum and Immigration Law
3. Demonstrate mastery in distilling complex legal information regarding the protection of refugees and asylum seekers and present it with clarity and coherence
4. Apply advanced theoretical knowledge and in-depth critical thinking to suggest credible and creative solutions to various International Asylum and Immigration Law problems
5. Source, evaluate and synthesise complex research and data regarding Asylum and Immigration Law in a systematic fashion
- no Pla
- high advance english writing skill
- orginal content