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Student experiences of studying at CAHR

Posted on 5 March 2013

Current MA and LLM students recount their experiences of studying human rights at CAHR in week-long diaries.

Georgia Bright from Australia and Lineo Tsikoane from Lesotho, both studying for the LLM in International Human Rights Law and Practice, are sharing a week in their life as students at the Centre for Applied Human Rights.

Laurie Jones from the U.S., currently studying for the MA in Applied Human Rights, recounts a spring term week to us. Katrina Arokiam from Malaysia tells us the story of how her background in child rights work in Kuala Lumpur has brought her to study the MA in Applied Human Rights, and how her experiences at the Centre have strengthened her conviction to continue human rights work in the future. 

Read more about Georgia's, Lineo's, Katrina's and Laurie's experiences and find out about studying for a postgraduate degree in human rights at CAHR .