Student Opportunities

The Human Rights Center supports interested students with on-campus programming, opportunities for applied research and practical experience, participation in national conferences and competitions, and academic and professional advising in the field of human rights and international law:

Law students have access to a wide variety of resources and opportunities through the Law School and broader University to support them in pursuing studies and professional development in international law and human rights:

Students also benefit from the extensive Twin Cities Human Rights Community, including:

  • Advocating Change Together
  • American Civil Liberties Union of MN
  • American Red Cross
  • American Refugee Committee
  • Center for Victims of Torture
  • Children’s Law Center
  • Gender Justice
  • Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
  • Global Rights for Women
  • Immigrant Law Center
  • Institute for Agriculture & Trade Policy
  • Minnesota Aids Project
  • Minnesota Department of Human Rights
  • Minnesota State Bar Association Human Rights Committee
  • The Advocates for Human Rights
  • World Without Genocide

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