L9233 Human Rights Clinic - Project Work

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Course Limitations

Instructor Pre-requisites

Instructor Co-requisites

Recommended Courses

Other Limitations
Admission by application during the April Clinic Application period - see Law School Clinic page for more information.

Learning Outcome Goals

Primary Goals

  • key human rights advocacy tactics & skills, including fact-finding, interviewing, digital/physical security, report/brief-writing, media work, using nat'l/regional/int'l justice mechanisms, mitigating vicarious trauma & promoting resilience, project eval
  • strategic human rights advocacy, including tactical mapping and strategies for selecting and sequencing human rights tactics
  • critiques of the international human rights field, and skills to design and implement reforms to human rights work
  • ethical frameworks and approaches to navigating common ethical dilemmas in the human rights field, including knowledge of international guidelines and rights-based principles
  • collaborative, community-building forms of working and learning, providing constructive feedback to peers, self-assessment, and skills in contributing to clinic or other institutional growth

General Information

Type: Clinic
Level: Upperclass
Additional Attributes: Experiential Credit

Other Sections

Section 001, Fall 2019
R 2:50-6:10 pm
Benjamin Hoffman
Sarah Maree Knuckey

Section 001, Spring 2020
R 2:50-5:00 pm
Sarah Maree Knuckey

Section 002, Spring 2020
Sarah Maree Knuckey