The Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism is a focal point for research, dialogue and outreach on issues of human rights and legal pluralism.
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The CHRLP hosts events on subjects related to legal pluralism and human rights.
Members of the CHRLP are engaged in a wide range of interdisciplinary research.
Meet the people that form the CHRLP leadership and community.
Clinical education is a central feature of the CHRLP's work.
The CHRLP sought to build solidarity remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Edit Frenyó. When we fail to hold our leaders accountable for their incitement to hate and their lack of just and moral action, we create powerful narratives that turn people into dehumanized...
By Shaké Melanie Sarkhanian. The 70th anniversary of the UNDHR is a celebratory moment for human history in advancing equality, equity, peace, freedom, and justice for all. But it also calls our...
By Vicki Prais. Nelson Mandela’s 27 year imprisonment on Robben Island is a stark reminder that the protection of prisoners’ rights remains an ongoing and vital concern in every society.
By Fayyaz Baqir. A ‘universal declaration’ cannot be developed by a tiny minority of well-meaning experts on behalf of extremely diverse, disenfranchised and divided global community.
By Noam Schimmel. Development is a real partnership, respectful of the needs, perspectives, and experiences of local communities and of their knowledge, while grounded in values of equality,...