Protecting human rights around the world
The Human Rights Centre Clinic is part of one of the oldest academic Human Rights Centres in the world, and continues to conduct key research to protect human rights globally.
Founded in 2009, the Human Rights Centre Clinic runs projects that enable students to apply their human rights knowledge to practical situations and further develop their professional skills, working in partnership with civil society organisations, international organisations, governments and national human rights institutions. There are two opportunities open for students to participate in.
The first opportunity is the Human Rights Clinic Module, which combines projects with partners and classroom study and is open to postgraduate human rights students. This year there are six module-based projects.
Applications for module-based projects are now closed for 2022 and will reopen in the summer term.
The second opportunity is to participate in our stand-alone projects. This year we're running one project; the Arbitrary Redress Detention Unit (ARDC) which has its own eligibility requirements and application process.
Applications for the ARDC are now closed and will reopen in the summer term.
Learn more about the types of projects the Clinic undertakes, or if you're an organisation interested in being involved with the Human Rights Centre Clinic, you can find out how to become a partner.
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