Welcome to the Centre for Applied Human Rights, a unique teaching and research environment focused around the role of human rights defenders in the modern human rights system.
- Postgraduate courses built around human rights practice
- Fieldwork in South Africa, Malaysia and the UK in our Masters courses
- MA, LLM and Postgraduate Certificate Programmes
- MPhil/PhD research degrees
Teaching draws on the international knowledge and experience of human rights defenders hosted at York.
Our Protective Fellowship Scheme makes a unique contribution in enhancing the sustainability of social activism.
- Development Alternatives (GCRF IAA)
- Navigating Risk, Managing Security of HRDs
- Noma, Human Rights and Global Health (IAA ESRC)
- Refugees and the Arab Middle East: Protection in States Not Party to the Refugee Convention (NRC)
- Wellbeing and Temporary International Relocation Initiatives for HRDs
Posted on Wednesday 23 January 2019
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Posted on Tuesday 15 January 2019
Martin Jones chaired and spoke on a panel at a national conference on refugee law in New Delhi (India) this week.
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York: Human Rights City
York was declared the UK's first Human Rights City in April 2017. The network behind 'York: Human Rights City' works for social justice at a local level in York. Read more on recent work in the York Human Rights 2nd Indicator Report (2017) (PDF , 3,340kb)
MA in Applied Human Rights and LLM in International Human Rights Law & Practice students talk about their experiences of studying at CAHR.