• Length:
    16 Weeks
  • Effort:
    4–6 hours per week
  • Price:
    $75 USD
  • Institution
  • Subject:
  • Level:
    Introductory
  • Language:
    English
  • Video Transcript:
    English

About this course

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Comparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law uses a problem-based approach to examine a global view of anti-discrimination law, comparing US, European, and other national, regional and international legal systems, including those of India, Brazil and South Africa. The course covers five topic modules: employment discrimination and harassment (race, sex, age, disability); marriage equality (race, same-sex); affirmative action (race, caste, origin)/gender parity; hate speech (race, sex, religion); and secularism and the rights of religious minorities.

What you'll learn

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  • 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

Meet your instructors

Richard Thompson Ford
George E. Osborne Professor of Law at Stanford Law School
Stanford University
David B. Oppenheimer
Clinical Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley