PUBPOL 675: Human Rights and International Public Policy
5:01-5:01 pm EST
This course reviews the international political and legal framework established over the past fifty years to protect human rights. The varying concerns and approaches of states, inter-governmental organizations and non-governmental organizations are examined across several contemporary policy issues.
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Waltz specializes in human rights and international affairs, with a focus on arms transfer policy and regional expertise on North Africa. She also maintains the website Human Rights Advocacy and the History of International Human Rights Standards, hosted by U-M. For some 15 years she was involved in international efforts to promote an international Arms Trade Treaty and has more recently focused on U.S. firearms export regulations.