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Name Climate change and human rights
Type Distance education
Distance learning
Amnesty International - International Secretariat, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Objectives By the end of this course, you will be able to:

Detail how climate change is a major human rights issue
Define and express key terms and concepts related to human rights and climate change
Outline the numerous inequalities of climate change, including their causes and consequences across regions and demographics
Critically evaluate both the mutual supportiveness and possible tensions between human rights and climate change action
Differentiate between different types of climate change response measures that protect and promote human rights
Identify human rights-based mechanisms, tools and tactics to shape climate action
Analyze state and corporate responsibilities in tackling climate change
Challenge the hostility and antagonism faced by environmental human rights defenders and explain why their work is crucial
Build connections between the human rights and climate justice movements
Take action to promote human rights and climate justice
Area of expertise environment
Content Module One: A Global Crisis
Module Two: Tackling the Climate Crisis
Module Three: On the Frontlines of Climate Action
Language English
Materials links
Degree/Certificate Certificate of Participation
Tuition/Accommodation Free
Homepage academy.amnesty.org/learn/course/external/view/elearning/252/climate-change-and-human-rights

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