[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In 2014, the Human Rights Centre founded a Human Rights Law Clinic, in order to further three of the Centre’s central objectives: offering outstanding education; fulfilling a social justice role; and providing its expertise to society. To achieve these objectives, the Human Rights Law Clinic engages in two core activities:

  • The Clinic offers a Human Rights and Migration Law Clinic course to, in cooperation with civil society partners, provide Master students with practice-based learning in the field of human rights and migration law.
  • The Clinic puts the Human Rights Centre’s academic expertise at the disposal of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) by submitting third-party interventions in key ECtHR cases.

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