O'Brien Fellowship Programs

O'Brien Fellows in Residence Program

The O’Brien Fellows in Residence program, established in 2011, aims to provide opportunities for human rights professionals to visit and contribute to the Centre. The program is meant to enrich the intellectual life at the Centre and serve as a professional development opportunity for the Fellows.

O’Brien Graduate Fellowship Program

The O’Brien Graduate Fellowships were established in 2005 for outstanding graduate students studying in the area of human rights and legal pluralism. The Fellowships are awarded annually to meritorious students in the Master's (LLM) and doctoral (DCL) programs upon recommendation of the Faculty of Law.

O'Brien Fellows in Action

Our Graduate Fellows and our Fellows in residence are very active: meet them as they speak, read, graduate, teach, and publish; as they work around the world and act in fellowship. Also, you can download the PDF icon Complete Report of O'Brien Fellows' Activities from 2006 to 2015 at the CHRLP, along with our PDF icon O'Brien Fellows' Activities - Update for 2016-2017.