www.hertie-school.org›Research›Centre for Fundamental Rights›Teaching› Centre for Fundamental Rights Teaching The Centre for Fundamental Rights offers courses and workshops on a range of topics engaging with normative reasoning, value conflicts and practical dilemmas in fundamental rights. Teaching Fundamental debates in human rights in the 21st Century This course explores the central debates concerning if and how human rights should guide decision making. Teaching Human rights and global governance: key challenges This core course of the Master of International Affairs aims to survey the role of human rights norms and institutions in global governance, including how actors in global governance affect human rights. Teaching Regulating human rights, business and gender: The absence of law This course is open for second year MIA and MPP students. Research workshop Research Methods in Fundamental Rights Workshop for PhD researchers and early career researchers took place from 19 - 21 August 2020. Executive Education Rescheduled: Health, inequality, ethnicity The executive workshop on health, inequality and ethnicity has been rescheduled to take place in Spring 2021 due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Executive Education Postponed: Human rights litigation summer school 2020 The 2020 summer school has been postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Notification of the new date will follow.