Minor Global Justice CEDLA - UvA
Global Justice is deeply concerned with the societal crises of our times. It addresses distinct searches for justice as they relate to persistent power imbalances and social inequalities. From gendered and racialized injustices, to climate change and political resistance, this minor builds on critical, global perspectives and research-driven insights from around the world to connect academia with advocacy and activism.
This minor is offered by the Faculty of Humanities and CEDLA. The faculty’s minors consist of 30 ECTS credits and earn you a second qualification that will be listed on the transcript accompanying your degree certificate.
Studying at CEDLA
CEDLA is considered to be one of Europe’s leading Latin American Studies institutes. Its staff members are experienced researchers and qualified teachers. CEDLA has a large library with a unique collection. Facilities such as student work stations, internet and computer access, and lecture rooms are excellent. CEDLA is pivotal to the Latin American Studies community in the Netherlands. It publishes an academic journal (ERLACS), organises monthly lectures, dialogues, and many other events. It also houses the Netherlands Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (NALACS) and the Latin American Studies Programme (LASP).
STUDY SCHEDULE - YEAR 1
Social Justice in Context
Crime, Justice and Conflict Otherwise
Race, Place and the Politics of Indigeneity
You may choose two courses from:
Environmental and Climate Justice
Gender and Social Inequality in Latin America
Spatial Justice across Cities
Democracy, Populism and Resistance