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IHRLI Fellows

Each year IHRLI selects a small group of students to serve as IHRLI Fellows throughout the academic year. Throughout the year these IHRLI Fellows are assigned to a particular project in which they gain both substantive knowledge about that particular area of international human rights law as well as practical knowledge about methods of project development and implementation.
2012-2013 IHRLI Fellows
  • Public Awareness Project –The Convention on the Rights of the Child
    • Jorge Anguiano
    • Marcela Castillo
  • Enforcement Mechanisms Project–The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women
    • Kimberly Brancato
    • Kinza Khan
  • International Economic Development and the Promotion of Human Rights: Finding Harmony and Measuring Progress to Achieve Human Development
    • Matthew Dolinka
    • Aziza Khatoon
    • Paulina Muñoz​
2013-2014 IHRLI Fellow
  • UN Human Rights Treaty Body State Reporting Project
    • Kim Brancato
2014-2015 IHRLI Fellows
  • UN Human Rights Treaty Body Concluding Observations Project
    • Benjamin Bloomer
  • International Criminal Court Project
    • Jordan Malka