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 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.
More information on both sets of activities can be found by clicking on the links below.