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Human Rights Advocates Program 30th Anniversary Report

Woods II, Samuel Kofi; Ancheita Pagaza, Alejandra; Parong, Aurora Corazon A.; Uhaa, Sylvester; Binda, Elvis Mbembe; Odur, Betty Lee; Dyantyi, Carol; Miiro, Michael; Savic, Marijana; Muwonge, Mulshid; Balakrishnan, Chitra; Manu, Aehshatou; Adhiambo, Esther; Djiraibe, Delphine; Sherpa, Chhing Lamu; Kaguri, Twesigye Jackson; Pervanic, Kemal; Santos, Carlos; AsĂșnsolo Morales, Carlos R.; Hudaya, Inna; Lako, Benson Khemis Soro; Imoh, Colins Edozie; Tandia, Bakary; Matsikure, Samuel; Kaseketi, Musola Cathrine; Grepo, Stephanie V.

This handbook was created to share the experiences of alumni of the Human Rights Advocates Program at the Institute for the Study of Human Rights, Columbia University, with aspiring human rights advocates around the globe.

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Institute for the Study of Human Rights
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Institute for the Study of Human Rights, Columbia University
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July 29, 2019

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human rights, advocacy, LGBT, indigenous, justice, rule of law, disabilities, refugees, HIV/AIDS, volunteers, interns, fundraising, art therapy, slavery, anti-trafficking, human rights education, youth development, education, human rights education, ethics, Liberia, Mexico, Philippines, Nigeria, Rwanda, Uganda, South Africa, Serbia, India, Cameroon, Kenya, Chad, Nepal, Bosnia-Hercegovina, El Salvador, Indonesia, South Sudan, Mauritania, Zimbabwe, Zambia

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