Continuing its longtime tradition of outreach and advocacy, Georgetown University supports various initiatives and organizations providing relief and information about the ongoing crisis. Learn more and find out how you can contribute.
Faculty and students across Georgetown's schools and programs address human rights issues from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.
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The Institute for the Study of International Migration and Georgetown Law co-sponsor this certificate program for Georgetown graduate students. Participants focus on topics including forced migration, human rights, and immigration law and policy, among others.
This certificate allows LL.M. students to attain knowledge in the field of human rights law on both a national and international level at Georgetown. This certificate is sponsored by Georgetown Law.
This minor is sponsored by the Center for Jewish Civilization at the School of Foreign Service (SFS) and is open to Georgetown undergraduates in the SFS, Georgetown College, McDonough School of Business, and School of Nursing and Health Studies.
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The Human Rights Institute houses research and teaching related to human rights at Georgetown Law and aims to help students engage with and develop key competencies in human rights law.
Established in 1998, the Institute for the Study of International Migration is a research institute at the School of Foreign Service applying the best in social science, legal, and policy expertise to the complex and controversial issues raised by international migration.
Established in 2011, the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security is an institute for research, scholarship, and outreach at the School of Foreign Service that seeks to deepen and extend the university's engagement with the critical issues of our time involving women worldwide.