The course aims at developing the legal framework governing basic goods as basic rights, deepening the meaning of "basic goods" in a national and comparative perspective moving from the analysis of the literature and the case law and focusing on the analysis of the legal tools designed to protect these basic goods. This is an ongoing issue especially because of the globalization and the growing migratory flows affecting the European countries and the North America.
At the end of the course the students will have an in-depth knowledge of the course topics. The students will also acquire a reasoning method suitable for dealing with more specific and complex legal issues.
Expected learning outcomes
Knowledge and understanding: students shall know the legal framework governing basic goods as basic rights and the legal tools designed to protect these basic goods; ·Applying knowledge and understanding: students shall be able to read current events, ongoing case law and pending legislative reforms; ·Making judgements: students shall acquire a critical approach on the course topics that will allow them to assess the importance, but also the critical points, of the course topics; ·Communication: students shall be able to express notions and opinions correctly, using the appropriate terminology; ·Lifelong learning skills: students shall acquire good individual study skills.
Lesson period: Second semester
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