Human Rights Law Centre

Previous Projects

The Human Rights Law Centre (HRLC) was established in 1993, thereby formalising a longstanding commitment to human rights activities at Nottingham.

Since 1993, the HRLC's commitment to the promotion and protection of human rights has grown and the HRLC became an internationally recognised human rights institution with a substantial record of achievement in the design and delivery of policy-linked research and knowledge transfer, technical cooperation, bilateral assistance, publications, capacity building and training.

The HRLC works in partnership with a wide range of international organisations, national governments and civil society actors. A selection of our most recent projects is featured below.

Child from Afghanistan

Afghanistan: Prospects and Challenges

November 2021

EU Fundamental Rights Agency Logo

European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights

January 2011 - July 2020

Kenyan Traditional Boat

Blended Finance and Marine Cultural Heritage

June 2019 - July 2020

Photo of Workshop Participants

The Execution of Judgments of the EctHR

September 2017 - July 2019

Mural created by Joel Bergner in collaboration with local youth

Forced Migration Unit’s Policy Briefs Project

November 2017 - March 2018


Fostering Human Rights Among European Policies

May 2013 - April 2017

Book Cover

FRA Handbook on Access to Justice in Europe

January - July 2015

Five people at a table

Workshop on United Nations Special Procedures System

November 2014

People in Bahrain

Strategic Planning and Human Rights Training in Bahrain

February 2014

Our projects have been supported by a wide number of bodies, including:



Human Rights Law Centre

School of Law
University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

+44 (0)115 846 8506