In 2012, the Human Rights Program instituted the Student Advisory Board, which a group of dedicated undergraduate students who serve as representatives of the student body to the Program. Read more about the Student Advisory Board.
Human Rights Program students have taken the lead on several projects over the years, from the He(ART) Show, an art and music show that raises money each year for a local organization working to end human rights abuses, to the 2011 "Women and War" Conference, which brought in Afghani activists to discuss the effects of war on women's rights in Afghanistan. Find out more about these events and other student projects.
The Human Rights Program has sesrved as a springboard for numerous young human rights activists. See where former students work.