On this exciting course you will examine the rapidly changing international public management and policy environment in the 21st century, with special emphasis on the analysis of public management systems and reforms across countries and jurisdictions.
The specialist pathway in human rights will enable you to connect public management with key issues in public governance such as the civil rights agenda, the rights of migrants, and civil society mobilisation.
You will graduate ready to progress into a career in the public or not-for-profit sectors and with the skills to conduct PhD level research into issues such as public policy analysis and the effects of global governance on human rights.
Are you interested in the ways in which politics can influence public management systems and reforms across nations? Are you looking to add to your qualifications or change career direction? This masters’ course is ideally suited to those looking to work in public management with a human rights context.