Centre for Human Rights in Practice
The Centre for Human Rights in Practice was created in 2006. It now provides a focus for academics, students, practitioners and activists who wish to advance the study and promotion of human rights at local, national and international levels. It is Co-Directed by Dr. Andrew Williams and Dr. James Harrison. To find out more about its members, please visit the 'About' page.
Lacuna la-kū’na n. a gap, a hiatus
Lacuna is an online magazine that challenges indifference to suffering and promotes human rights. Its aim is to fill the gap between the short-term immediacy of daily journalism and long-term academic analysis. It offers opportunities for new writers to publish alongside experienced journalists and activists. Read more about the project here.
|Human Rights, Equality and Public Spending Cuts||Writing Wrongs|
|European Human Rights||International Economic Governance and Human Rights|
|Equality and Human Rights Impact Assessment||Human Rights Education|
|Student Activities||Access to Justice|
Tue 22 Apr '14
Centre Advertising Phd on Impact of Welfare Reform
The Centre for Human Rights in Practice is currently advertising a fully-funded Phd studentship on t…
Mon 07 Apr '14
Centre hosts Access to Justice Workshop in conjunction with Monash University and Criminal Justice Centre
The Centre for Human Rights in Practice hosted a workshop on 19th March 2014 in conjunction with Mon…