COVID 19: Ethical Dilemmas and Human Rights - Exploring International Dimensions

Covid 19 has led to severe restrictions on fundamental freedoms around the world, sparking heightened debates about ethics and human rights. This debate seems to be a common denominator that unites students and people in countries around the world. One of the most noticeable effects for students has certainly been the restriction of physical mobility. In this context, virtual exchanges not only provide an opportunity to overcome the still ongoing mobility restrictions and to maintain international exchanges, but also to discuss the appropriateness and scope of Covid 19 measures from a legal and ethical point of view in internationally mixed student teams across countries.

 

Participants UW/UR Environmental Campus Birkenfeld
Duration April to June 2021
Partners +/- 5 participating countries worldwide

With the innovative concept, which proves that excellent international teaching is possible even in Covid-19 times and that digitization offers many exciting opportunities for cross-national collaboration with university and practice partners abroad, the project leaders were awarded the Special Prize for International Teaching 2020 (Sonderpreis für internationale Lehre 2020).

 

Project Management

Prof. Dr. Kathrin Nitschmann
Prof. Dr. Kathrin Nitschmann
Professorin FB Umweltwirtschaft/-recht - FR Umweltrecht

Contact

+49 6782 17-1823

Location

Birkenfeld | Building 9912 | Room 109

Consultation

Vereinbarung per Mail

Project Management

Prof. Dr. Milena Valeva
Prof. Dr. Milena Valeva
Professorin FB Umweltwirtschaft/-recht - FR Umweltwirtschaft

Contact

+49 6782 17-1777

Location

Birkenfeld | Building 9912 | Room 6

Consultation

nach vorheriger E-mail-Vereinbarung: dienstags 11:45-12:45 Uhr
back-to-top nach oben