a) Knowledge and understanding: the course has three parts.
The first introduces the international law system, situating it in relationship to the broader institutional structures of public international law and regulation, private ordering and multinational enterprise, non-governmental organization and transnational judicial cooperation.
The second is dedicated to the explanation of the religious, cultural, political and legal framework of the MENA region. This kind of analysis is premised by a brief introduction of the meaning and the approach to the cultural differences in an international context of activities and studies. This part of the course implies a deep investigation about the Islamic Legal System, which represents the particular feature of the Region.
The third explores the application of the HR theories within some particular fields of interest and issues of the selected area, notably, the property law and taxes, the competition between HR and business activities, the role of the state as an economic actor, the labor law, the contract law and arbitration, the activity and structures of corporations.
b) Applying knowledge and Understanding and c) Making judgments: during the lessons, students acquire basic knowledge of the International law system and the method of study the sources of the law and the different norms to apply in every legal/professional reasoning. Every block of lessons provides a final student class activity, in order to apply the set of skills and competence acquired assisting the lessons. The activities are not mandatory but can be evaluated as positive criteria for the final graduation.
d) Communicating skills: all the scheduled class activities require students to communicate with the Professor and with other members of the class. Furthermore, students may make practice of presenting technical arguments in public and in confrontation with others.
e) Learning skills: students may acquire an independent, culturally skilled and framed capacity to make legal reasonings within the framework of the international law and human rights system.