Center for Human Rights and Global Justice
Center for Human Rights and Global Justice

Founding Year: 2002

Staff: 22


César Rodríguez-Garavito (CHRGJ Chair and Faculty Director)

A “hub of human rights study at New York University School of Law” bringing together and expanding “the rich array of teaching, research, clinical, internship, and publishing activities undertaken within New York University School of Law on issues of international human rights law.”

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Center for Human Rights and Global Justice contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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