There are numerous ways to get involved with CHRC. We encourage all interested people to explore how they can best support and engage in our programmes and projects. We welcome proposals for PhD research.
UEL students are welcome to visit the library of the CHRC which benefits from a collection of books on human rights and conflict. UEL students are invited to do independent research papers on topics suggested by the members of CHRC.
Whether you choose to check out our website for research project updates, join us on Facebook, follow our Twitter feed, join our network on LinkedIn, or sign up to receive our newsletter, you can engage with CHRC from anywhere.
Attend the CHRC Seminars
The CHRC promotes the study of human rights norms and institutions, especially in conflict and post-conflict situations, and facilitates human rights training for policy-makers, students and the civil society actors.
The CHRC holds a series of seminars throughout the year. The seminars feature established human rights and international law experts and academics and range from panels and workshops to conferences.
Volunteer or Intern
Periodically, the CHRC will offer internship and volunteer opportunities. To see what opportunities may be available and for instructions on how to submit an application, please email email@example.com.