Orville H Schell Jr Center for International Human Rights
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1989, at Yale Law School, New Haven CT (USA). Also referred to as Schell Center for International Human Rights.
Bring theoretical insight to the study and practice of human rights; increase awareness, knowledge and understanding of international human rights issues in the university and the broader public; equip lawyers and other professionals with skills needed to advance the cause of international human rights; provide direct assistance to the human rights community through scholarship, education and advocacy.
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