The Human Rights Law Centre enjoys and encourages the participation of students in its research and project work.
We aim to broaden students' experiences of human rights, research and practical work by facilitating a range of opportunities for their involvement in our work.
We offer students from Law, Social Sciences and the Humanities various opportunities to get involved in projects and events of the Centre throughout the year.
These positions provide students with an opportunity to work, on a voluntary basis, in a world renowned academic human rights centre, gaining valuable experience to complement their studies.
We advertise openings for voluntary student assistants in October and for paid interns in June each year.
This annual event is one of the longest running Human Rights Conferences run by students.
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HRLC is one of eight partners of the International Criminal Court’s Legal Tools Project.
Student assistants help with the production of two of our publications with wide international readership.
In 2017, the first UK based SAR Student Advocacy Seminar was created at the University of Nottingham, with the support of HRLC and SAR.
The Human Rights Film Series is a student-led initiative started in 2006 by two LLM students.
The Clinic was established in February 2020 and works in collaboration with Across Borders and Saint Andrews Refugee Services (StARS).
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