Founded in 1979 to enhance Georgetown Law School human rights activities, the Human Rights Institute provides scholarly opportunities and careers in the human rights field, facilitates interaction between human rights defenders and government leaders, and conducts human rights research to address key issues.
Founded in 1990, the Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law provides opportunities for students, practitioners, and activists through education, workshops, conferences, research, and publications. It strives to enhance the understanding and implementation of human rights and humanitarian law domestically and internationally and to create innovative tools and strategies for the creative advancement of international norms.
Publications / Reports Human Rights Brief (editor n/a) is a student-organized publication that deals with the development of international human rights law and humanitarian law. Published three times a year, it provides law analysis on human rights issues. https://www.wcl.american.edu/hrbrief/