Globalization, Governance and Law
Globalization as a meeting of different cultures poses enormous challenges. On the one hand, global trade can bring us closer together in both goods and knowledge. On the other hand, it becomes increasingly difficult to regulate global responsibilities. For me, the issues of social justice, universal human rights and the institutions that protect them, are immensely important.
Can it be fair that if I pay €100 for a pair of shoes and that the people who made them, receive just a fraction as their wage? Can it be fair that people are tortured and killed merely because of what they say and think? I feel that as the world grows closer, new problems come up each day.
Law to me, is more than just a complex set of rules that everyone exploits for their own advantage. For me law is an expression of the pursuit of justice. It's no longer just part of a national culture, but a way to bring our international relations to a new level, where only the rights of the strongest matter.
For me, international institutions are the cornerstones of fair prosperity, long term peace and sustainable civilization processes. I want to contribute to the rules of our world, and with my help and the organization for which I will work for later, see them put into action.
I want to understand it all and that's why I'm studying Globalization, Governance and Law at Karlshochschule.
Degree Program Structure
Each module in the Globalization, Governance and Law course at Karlshochschule opens up a new and exciting world. When I look at the module overview, I can see how my course contents are logically interlinked and how this provides me with a much broader spectrum of Globalization, Governance and Law.