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The goal of this course is to introduce its students to the basic anthropological approach to the issue of imgration, development and human rights. The goal of this course will cover selected theoretical positions and methodological procedures in the study of migration (especially the concept of transnational network, including the possibilities of its application in the research context). Further, the course will introduce its participants to the field of the development anthropology and the anthropology of development, as well as an overview of various (epistemological and political) ways of how to deal with the dilemma between human-rightist universalism and cultural relativism. The position of the human rights anthropology that focuses on the study of native representation of the doctrines of human-rights.