Human Rights Centre consultancy
Our ground-breaking research clusters address issues from children and armed conflict, freedom of expression,
and indigenous peoples to trafficking and prisoners' rights. Our clusters reflect our world-class reputation for human rights research and practice.
As the leading centre for the interdisciplinary study of human rights, we have extensive experience providing advice and consultancy services to national and international governmental
We have also provided similar consultancy services to numerous non-governmental organisations such as the International Committee of the Red Cross,
Human Rights Watch, Article 19, Minority Rights Group, the
Consortium for Street Children, and Interights.
Human Rights Centre expertise
Our Human Rights Centre members possess expertise across a wide range of fields and disciplines including the law of armed conflict, detention, the right to health, business and human
rights, and transitional justice.
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We have some of the longest running Masters courses in Europe, offering a first-class education in the intellectual foundations of human rights and its
application within a complex global environment.
About our Centre
Find out more about our Human Rights Centre and hear some of our most notable human rights practitioners and
researchers explore what makes the Centre a world-leading institution, relied upon for its expertise by international organisations including the UN.
The Human Rights Centre blog is a platform for interdisciplinary discussion on the theory and practice of
human rights. We encourage lively debate on all human rights issues from as many different perspectives as possible.
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