The Human Rights Law Centre (HRLC) was established in 1993 to conduct human rights research in post-Soviet Russia and provide training to the judiciary and law enforcement agencies across the former territories.
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Since these early projects, the centre's commitment to the promotion and protection of human rights and the establishment and strengthening of the rule of law has grown to accommodate the key human rights challenges experienced in our increasingly globalised world. Our work is funded by numerous foundations, academic funds, governments and IGOs.
We carry out our work through research, training, publications and capacity building. We have implemented programmes worldwide and collaborate with:
We have a dedicated team of staff, including:
Five operational units reflect and define HRLC's expertise.
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HRLC is committed to the promotion and protection of human rights and the strengthening of the rule of law. HRLC is open to forming partnerships with individuals and institutions across Europe and beyond, in response to calls for proposals or on a long-term basis.
HRLC has become an internationally recognised human rights institution, amassing a substantial record of achievement in the design and delivery of various programs.
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Our projects include:
We produce three periodical publications with wide international readership and sometimes produce publications as a result of training courses, workshops and conferences.
Our publications include:
We enjoy the participation of students in our research and project work. They play an important role in our activities and can gain experience of human rights work to complement their studies.
We have an international reputation in providing short courses, tailored training and capacity building programmes and a summer school, all of which cover contemporary issues and practices in human rights law and criminal law at the national, regional and international level.
Since 1997, numerous national and international government and judicial representatives, human rights defenders, NGO and IGO staff, legal professionals, students and academics have taken part in our courses which have been delivered in the UK, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
High-profile projects include:
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