The History, Politics and Philosophy Department at Manchester Metropolitan University invite Sixth Form students (16-17 year olds) to join us for a bespoke six-week programme starting in January 2020.
Leading academics in the field will challenge students to confront different kinds of evidence, and to assess competing explanations on the theme of ‘Human Rights’. Students will be encouraged to engage with, and to develop new skills in the overlapping disciplines of History, Politics and Philosophy in order to debate the causes and potential solutions to human rights issues in the past, present and future.
Please note: there is no charge for this club. The club will include breakfast. Students who take part in the pilot programme will also have the opportunity to gain a free place for MMU’s ‘Summer School’ for one-week in summer 2020.
To book and for further information contact: Claudia Conerney C.Conerney@mmu.ac.uk
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