In this post covering work that would have been presented at our 2020 conference in April, Dr Lynsey Mitchell from Abertay University, Dundee outlines some thoughts on the content of human rights modules and the gendered nature of the choices we make when we design courses. She is currently researching these issues (with Dr Doug Morrison, Leeds Beckett University).
|Publisher||ALT-Association of Law Teachers|
|Media of output||Online|
|Publication status||Published - 26 May 2020|
Mitchell, L. (Author). (2020). The gendered human rights syllabus? Uncovering legal academics’ views on reproductive rghts in legal education. Web publication/site, ALT-Association of Law Teachers. http://lawteacher.ac.uk/alt-2020-conference-posts/the-gendered-human-rights-syllabus-uncovering-legal-academics-views-on-reproductive-rights-in-legal-education/