Stanford Human Rights Center

The Stanford Human Rights Center provides tools for students, advocates, states, and civil society to better understand how to respect and protect human rights. The Center was created in 2013 to conduct applied human rights research. The Center promotes events, student engagement, and public understanding of international human rights and global justice.

The Center’s work focuses on public policy analysis and the identification of international best practices in the areas of (criminal) justice reform, conditions of detention, and the inter-American human rights system. The Center’s team mostly work in (and on) Latin America, but our close collaboration with Stanford’s International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic has taken us across the globe.

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