Religions & Identities
INST 1203 Course Pack A. Blasphemy, Defamation, and Apostasy Laws|
Downloadable PDF of Course Pack A for INTL 1203. Freedom for Religion: Blasphemy, Defamation, Apostasy.
INTL 1200 Certificate in Religion & Human Rights| Paperback|
Rutgers University, in partnership with ReligionAndPublicLife.org, awards the Certificate in Religion & Human Rights for those who complete the course collection, INTL 1200-level courses (12001 through 1205).
Skills: Civil Dialogue, Empathy, Legal Literacy, Media Literacy, Religious Literacy, Resiliency
Time: Non-Credit: 15 hours for 1 Certificate
Level: College, Graduate, Professional Development
INTL 1201 Course Pack B. Religious Foundations for Human Rights|
Downloadable PDF of Course Pack B for INTL 1201. Religious Foundations for Human Rights.
INTL 1201 Foundations of Human RightsRutgers University| Paperback|
INTL 1202 Course Pack A. Special Rapporteurs on Freedom of Religion or Belief|
Donations will benefit the International Development Law Organization.
INTL 1202 Course Pack B. Freedom of Religion or Belief and the Law|
Lyal S. Sunga and Nathan C. Walker served as the primary authors of a policy report for the International Development Law Organization titled, Freedom of Religion or Belief and the Law: Current Dilemmas and Lessons Learned, 2014/2016.
Donations go toward scholarships for students at Rutgers University in Camden, New Jersey, USA.
INTL 1202 Course Pack C. Global Restrictions on Religious Garb|Donations support a scholarship program for students at Rutgers University in Camden, New Jersey, USA.
INTL 1202 Freedom of Religion| Paperback|
INTL 1203 Freedom for Religion| Paperback|
INTL 1204 Freedom from Religion| Paperback|
INTL 1205 Freedom within Religion| Paperback|
INTL 1206 Capstone Project: Religion & Human Rights|
Earn academic credit and a certificate by completing the 2500-level course collection and the following Capstone project. You will receive individualized academic support and advisement. We look forward to supporting you in applying what you learned in the course to your community of practice.
Skills: Critical Thinking, Legal Literacy, Media Literacy, Religious Literacy, Resiliency
Time: Earn 3 College Credits for completing 15 hours for a Capstone Project, plus completing the 30-hours of academic work through the ISPU 2500 certificate program.
Level: College, Graduate, Professional Development$2,800