Recent Lowenstein Clinic Documents
Tim Hirschel-Burns ’22 is a Bernstein Fellow.
Friday, April 21
Robina Fellow Yussef Al Tamimi ’22 in the courtroom of the European Court of Human Rights.
Tuesday, April 18
Recipients of 2022-23 Bernstein and Robina International Human Rights Fellowships, clockwise from top left: Kyra Blas ’23, Simon Engler ’23, Raaya Gomez ’22, Dianne Lake ’21, Milagros Mutsios ’22 LLM, Porter Nenon ’23, and Carolyn O’Connor ’19.
Wednesday, April 12
RT @NCIC_Kenya: The #NCIC Vice Chair. @wambuiNyutu has today met a delegation of experts from the Allard K. Lowenstein Human Rights Clinic at Yale Law School and stakeholders in the peace sector to discus ways to support existing efforts to fight online Hate Speech. #AmaniKwaGround #Letpeacewin https://t.co/5kBYEwkPaZ
RT @altadvisory: We were thrilled to have had ALT's @Wendy_Trott and @Sli_Khum in Nairobi last week with staff and students from @YaleLawSch's Lowenstein International Human Rights Clinic, for stakeholder engagements on rights-based responses to online hate speech in Kenya and South Africa. https://t.co/diPqNThCb4
RT @EntitledPodcast: NEW: On today's ep. of Entitled, hosts @cfloed and @tomginsburg talk to @leilanifarha, former UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Housing and Global Director of @Make_TheShift, about using human rights to address the global housing crisis. Listen now: https://t.co/bxM2Gxjm2E