The Centre for Human Rights provides advice, support and membership for the work of other organisations engaging in the protection of human rights around the world.
We partner with other centres in the University, such as the Centre for American Legal Studies, the Centre of Law, Science and Policy and the Social Evaluation and Research Unit, and we have other partners internationally.
These partnerships are formed to identify appropriate bid applications for our work on different aspects of human rights promotion and protection. We will adopt a strategic approach in funding applications and identify appropriate awarding bodies.
If you are interested in partnering with the Centre for Human Rights to develop a project to help promote and protect human rights, please contact Professor Jon Yorke: firstname.lastname@example.org or Hannah Gorman: email@example.com.
Some of our partners include*:
Founding members of the International Academic Network for the Abolition of Capital Punishment which is a global academic community which focuses upon achieving a world without the death penalty. Members provided advice to the Spanish Presidency of the European Union on the strategies for a worldwide abolition of the death penalty. Learn more.
Advice to the American Bar Association’s Death penalty Moratorium project on their international standards, and on the death penalty to the Legal Affairs Committee of the Council of Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly, and to the European Commission, and the Spanish Government’s Presidency of the European Union.
*Please note that not all of our partners are disclosed for security reasons.