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Previous Version. Previous Page Next Page. Table of Contents Part of what caught my attention with Goldsmiths was the school's political awareness, the first day I came I saw a black lives matter sigh and knew this was the place for me.
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As well as this, by coming to Goldsmiths allowed me to stay within this international environment whilst also allowing me to focus on activism and multiculturalism both in and out of the classroom. As I worked and learnt besides people from all over the world.
Whilst studying at Goldsmiths, I worked 3 part-time jobs, two of which were through the Student Ambassador scheme. And when finishing my MA dissertation I was also working a full 40 hour week in my new career. Whilst this year has been tough, I am proud of what I have achieved. My MA showed me that I am capable of achieving something event when times get tough. As well as that, the knowledge I gained, the skills I developed and the friends I made along the way have helped me develop not just my knowledge of human rights but also who I am as a person, my strengths, my weaknesses and what I want out of life.
Through the support of the lecturers, I was able to complete my degree and graduate. As well as gain the confidence to apply for a dream job that I am now working. By being able to take modules from multiple departments I was able to not just develop new skills but also explore career options available to me through a human rights degree.
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Although I was already interested in the subject before my MA, the MA did secure my passions and help me decide that the human rights and political sectors were two areas that I wanted to work in, luckily through Shout Out UK I have a job that allows me to apply this love of the subject whilst also allowing me to use my ability to talk to people in a way that is positive and beneficial to peoples lives as we work on getting political education into schools throughout the UK. Working in in-depth journalism with an interest in human rights, inequality, and political change, I always thought that covering complex social issues requires more than the skill-based and often technical training we usually receive before becoming media practitioners.
It requires a deep understanding of how social struggles around these issues can intersect, converge, and sometimes clash. I came to this course at Goldsmiths hoping to gain such an understanding, trusting that what it has to offer goes well beyond the boundaries of legal approaches to human rights. The education I received, especially through the enriching debates with professors and colleagues, has sharpened my theoretical knowledge and analytical skills, making me more confident in engaging with bigger, more complicated themes, both academically and journalistically.
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How we live with difference is the key issue of our time. Issues relating to race and ethnicity, whether immigration, Islamophobia, blacklivesmatter, or media diversity, are at the forefront of public debate. The MA Race, Media and Social Justice will equip you with critical and theoretical tools to unpack and deepen your understanding of contemporary debates on race, ethnicity and racism. How can and should we talk about the challenges and possibilities for development in the 21st century?
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See the story behind what's right in front of you. You will work in small groups with world class experts at the Political Economy Research Centre PERC , as well as across a number of other Goldsmiths departments, and learn how to hold the world up to scrutiny. What are you looking for? Main menu. In this section. Twitter Facebook Whatsapp. Course information Department Sociology. Length 1 year full-time or 2 years part-time.
Human rights are carried by different actors: grassroots social movements, small Non-Governmental Organisations NGOs and huge International Non-Governmental Organisations INGOs lawyers and judges bureaucrats and experts in Inter-Governmental Organisations IGOs even, sometimes, national politicians journalists, novelists, translators, artists, filmmakers These different actors are often at odds with each other in defining and defending particular justifications of what human rights are and should be.
What you'll study. Researching Human Rights 30 credits. Module Convener: Monika Krause. Entry requirements. International qualifications We accept a wide range of international qualifications. Additional costs In addition to your tuition fees, you'll be responsible for any additional costs associated with your course, such as buying stationery and paying for photocopying.
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