Updated: Jan 21
The aim of the “Share the knowledge” initiative is to create a diverse, inclusive, and participatory knowledge network on human rights. Within this segment, we share valuable and interesting academic papers. Readers have the chance to deepen human rights-related topics and to get some ideas for further studies.
As the January session approaches, we are glad to share the academic paper of Christine Nanteza, a second-year HRG student. This was submitted as the final essay for the course Human Rights Political Analysis on 20th January 2020. In her work, Christine answers the following question: what are the biggest obstacles to effectively managing diversity through minority rights at different levels of governance and how could those obstacles be overcome? She discusses three main obstacles related to the perception of minorities as a problem: first, the Western model of diversity management, second, the Eastern model of diversity management, and third, the bilateralisation of minority rights. Feedback from the examination authority is also provided. The following work is the intellectual property of Christine Nanteza and any attempt to pass her work off as your own may have academic and legal consequences.
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