Human Rights ND
The mission of Human Rights ND is to promote global human rights. In particular, their goals include, but are not limited to: freeing all prisoners of conscience; ensuring fair and prompt trials for political prisoners; abolishing the death penalty, torture and other cruel treatment of prisoners; ending political killings and "disappearances"; and opposing human rights abuses by opposition groups. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is a guiding document for Human Rights ND. The Klau Center is proud to support the work of this undergraduate group at Notre Dame.
President of Human Rights ND
Associate Professor of Political Science
Faculty, Center for the Study of Social Movements and Social Change
Faculty Advisor to Human Rights ND
Human Rights ND Speaker Series
Each academic year Human Rights ND sponsors a lecture series that brings expertise on human rights issues around the globe before an undergraduate audience on campus. The series consists of weekly presentations by members of the LL.M. Program in International Human Rights Law, a joint program between Notre Dame Law School and the Klau Center. The speakers, each a human rights lawyer in their respective countries, addresse issues pertinent to their work and answers students' questions about human rights advocacy.