Human Rights in the Criminal Justice Sphere

Unit ATS2465/ATS3465
Credit Points 6 credit points
Location Monash Prato Centre, Italy
Coordinators Asher Flynn
Overseas Dates Arts Semester in Prato
Applications Open  January 2018 – Submit an Expression of Interest!
Applications Process See here for how to apply

Program details

The unit introduces students to the study of human rights in the sphere of criminal justice and criminology. The unit will trace the impact of human rights across the differing phases of the achievement of justice in criminal justice systems. Focusing on a specific rights as case studies it will contrast national and international definitions of human rights in understanding responses to crime: including policing, court processes, prosecution and punishment.

Key Dates
Pre-departure Session (Compulsory) May 2018
Overseas Dates 24 September – 19 October 2018 (Block 1)
Results See here

Costs

All students will receive a Monash Abroad Travel Scholarship.

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Program Fee
Deposit (Paid on application) $300
Balance  (Paid on acceptance into program) $0
Total $300
Included in Program Fee
  • Site entrance fees
  • Parliamo Italian Language + culture sessions
  • Travel Insurance (All outgoing students will receive complementary travel insurance)
Not included in Program Fee
  • All meals
  • Spending money
  • Visa
  • International Return Flights + Transfers *
  • Accommodation **
  • Tuition Fee (Monash students will be charged fees according to their verified funding status)

Please read our refund policy carefully before applying
*Students should not book flights until after your application has been endorsed by the Faculty and the Faculty has confirmed the program will be going ahead.
**Students participating in the Semester in Prato program must stay in Prato during their program dates. Arts Global Programs will assist you in booking this accommodation AFTER you have been accepted into the program.