The module covers the knowledge in the area of international and European Social Law. The different approaches of social law and social policy and the different approaches on welfare states will be reviewed. The social models and the differences between the welfare systems of the It will be analyzed. The organizational structure of the international and European social law will be analyzed, as well (UN, ILO, Council of Europe, EU). The course will cover the knowledge on the tiers of international and European social regulation, e.g. the global conventions (especially the conventions of the UN, and the conventions of the ILO), the European conventions (especially the European Social Charter and the European Social Charter /Revised/) and the bilateral agreements on social law. The course presents the review of the fundamental terms and institutions of international and European social law. The module develops the ability of comparative analysis of different legal and welfare systems and distinct legal solutions.

The module covers the knowledge in the area of international disability law. Firstly, the interpre-tations and definitions on disability will be reviewed. The medical, social and human rights ap-proaches on disability will be reviewed. The differences between the models will be analyzed. The organizational structure of the international disability law will be analyzed, as well (UN, Council of Europe, EU). The course will cover the knowledge on the tiers of international and European regulation on disability law. The course presents the review of the fundamental terms and institutions of international disability law. The protection of the rights of people with disabil-ities will be analyzed and the different legal protection models (e.g. UN CRPD, CoE ECHR and EU) will be compared. The module develops the ability of comparative analysis of different legal systems – in the light of the regulation on the rights of people with disabilities.

The module covers the knowledge in the area of international disability law. Firstly, the interpre-tations and definitions on disability will be reviewed. The medical, social and human rights ap-proaches on disability will be reviewed. The differences between the models will be analyzed. The organizational structure of the international disability law will be analyzed, as well (UN, Council of Europe, EU). The course will cover the knowledge on the tiers of international and European regulation on disability law. The course presents the review of the fundamental terms and institutions of international disability law. The protection of the rights of people with disabil-ities will be analyzed and the different legal protection models (e.g. UN CRPD, CoE ECHR and EU) will be compared. The module develops the ability of comparative analysis of different legal systems – in the light of the regulation on the rights of people with disabilities.

The module covers the knowledge in the area of the comparative municipal law, the public services provided by the municipal units especially in the European Union (and party in an-other major countries of the World). It includes the characteristics of the public services and operating model of municipal tasks in the field of public services. It presents the review of the fundamental terms and institutions of municipal law, the role of the European Union in the field of local public services, and the major service fields. The course will analyse the provision of the local welfare services, education services, cultural and sport services and the management of the local public utilities and local public transport. The module develops the ability of comparative analysis of different law systems and distinct legal solutions, mutu-al relations of the authorities, concepts of municipal units, public service provision and ad-ministrative law doctrine.

The module covers the knowledge in the area of the comparative administrative law, in the first part of the course, the legal regulation on the administrative bodies. It includes the characteristics of the comparative law, especially, the comparative administrative law. It will cover knowledge on the legal regulation on administrative bodies, their tasks and legal sta-tus. It presents the review of the fundamental terms and institutions of comparative adminis-trative law, the role of the integrations in the field of administrative law, especially on the role of the European Administrative Space. The course will analyse the different administrative systems. The module develops the ability of comparative analysis of different law systems and distinct legal solutions, mutual relations of the authorities, concepts of municipal units, public service provision and administrative law doctrine.