In the framework of pedagogical practice, on November 18, 2019, an open seminar in English was held by Saktaganova Aidana, the 2nd year Master programme student of the specialty “International Law” of the Faculty of Law. Topic of the seminar was: “Treaty-based bodies of the United Nations: Human Rights Committee”.
The open lesson was attended by teachers, undergraduates and students of the department of international law.
At the beginning of the lesson, students repeated the previous topics of the seminars, problems and cases on human rights were solved.
The lesson itself consisted of two parts. In the first part, students made small presentations on the monitoring mechanisms of the UN system for the protection of human rights. The second part of the lesson was held in a playful way and team work was carried out: students played a lawsuit, considering a case on human rights.
At the end of the lesson there was a debate about the correctness of the decision of the case in the form of a court session, which did not leave anyone indifferent.
Based on the results of the open seminar, conclusions were drawn on the topic and, given the above course of the lesson, we can say that the goal of the open seminar was achieved. Based on the results of the open seminar, conclusions were drawn on the topic and, with the above course of the lesson, it can be said that the goal of the open seminar was achieved.