DIGNITY RIGHTS PRACTICUM: Each year, the DRP offers a Dignity Rights Practicum for JD and LLM students at Delaware Law School. Students work in groups or individually with partners to help develop theoretical arguments and practical strategies to advance dignity rights. Students talk about their experience in this video. Past classes have included partnerships with the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (working on UN reparations for cholera epidemic) and Center for Environmental Rights in Cape Town, South Africa.
"Being a part of the Dignity Rights Project and taking the practicum course has been one of the most rewarding experiences I've had during law school thus far."
-Madison McGuirk, 2L, Delaware Law
“The Dignity Rights Project is an exciting and challenging experience because we get to discuss complex subjects with professors who value their students' thoughts and opinions. We get to create a body of legal research that has the potential to directly help our partners in achieving their goals.”
-Kacee Benson, Evening Division, 2L
Please contact us if you would like to discuss opportunities for partnering with our students.
The Dignity Rights Project hosted its Inaugural Virtual Workshop for practitioners and scholars dedicated to advancing dignity rights. In addition to observers from diverse regions, participants from Uruguay, the UK, Portugal, Norway, Nigeria, Bhutan, Israel, and the United States spoke on issues as diverse as indigenous rights, social and environmental dignity, the rights of inmates, and more.
The DRP will host a Webinar sponsored by PILnet in New York for human rights lawyers working in the MENA region. Please contact us if you would like more information about the webinar, or about opportunities for other video programming.