Comparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law
Fee may apply
Comparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law uses a problem-based approach to examine a global view of equality and anti-discrimination law, comparing US, European, and other national, regional and international legal systems, including those of India, Brazil and South Africa.
- theories and sources of equality law
- employment discrimination and harassment (race, sex, age, disability)
- affirmative action (race, caste, origin)/gender parity
- marriage equality (race, sexual orientation)
- hate speech (race, sex, religion)
- reproductive rights
- secularism and the rights of religious minorities
The course material will be delivered through online presentations that mix brief lectures with recordings of group discussions, debates, and interviews with 36 scholars and activists from six continents. The on-line materials are supplemented by a textbook, Oppenheimer, Foster, Han & Ford, Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law (second edition 2017), which is available as a paperback or in Kindle format.
It will take approximately 20 hours to complete this course.
$75 for 6 month access to the online course videos and materials.
*Note: All amounts shown are in USD
Online registration is for individual enrollment (available by credit card only).
In certain cases, course access may not be available until 1 business day after enrollment.
This course may not currently be available to residents of certain states.