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Human Rights @ Harvard Law

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Advocacy

Ben Apple, JD ’14, photographs a mural at Dewey Square as part of a project on the Occupy movement.

Ben Apple, JD ’14, photographs a mural at Dewey Square as part of a project on the Occupy movement.

Advocacy is a core component of the work of the International Human Rights Clinic. Students are involved in a range of activities, including constituency-building, meetings with officials, media outreach, legislative reform efforts, and direct action. In recent years, students have co-drafted Op-Eds, participated in community organizing, interviewed police chiefs, negotiated draft legislation, prepared public seminars, and protested in the streets, depending on the needs of a given project.

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