Short Courses and Training
The Human Rights Law Centre has established an international reputation in providing residential short courses, bespoke training and capacity building programmes and a summer school, covering a breadth of contemporary issues and practices in human rights law and international criminal law at the national, regional and international level.
Established in 1997, over 2,000 representatives from governments, judiciary, human rights defenders, NGO and IGO staff, legal professionals, students and academics have taken part in our programmes, which we have delivered in the UK, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
Courses and training
Other relevant courses
The School of Law offers a range of taught and research-led postgraduate programmes, with many modules taught by HRLC members.
Postgraduate students interested in human rights issues are actively encouraged to work with HRLC. Each spring, two students from the European Masters Degree in Human Rights and Democratisation join the student body in Nottingham, taking LLM programmes and engaging with HRLC activities and programmes.
Previous short courses and programmes
- Chevening Fellowship Programme
- Criminal Justice and Human Rights Course