Genocide and Human Rights University Program 2016

05 Mar 2016

Application Deadline
May 31, 2016

The Genocide and Human Rights University Program (GHRUP) is a two-week intensive, graduate-level course offered in partnership with the University of Toronto.

The course is taught through a comparative and interdisciplinary analysis of genocide and human rights atrocities with the purpose of educating a new generation of genocide scholars.

In its 15th year of operation, over 400 students from around the world and 42 faculty members, experts in their respective fields, have participated in the course to date.

Students from around the world not only leave the course ready to continue their studies in Genocide and Human Rights, but with the desire to share their knowledge from the course with others.

Visit www.genocidestudies.org for more information on how to apply to this year’s course!

Donations for scholarships are needed as soon as possible to ensure that the most promising students from around the world are able to attend the class. Click on the video below to see a scholarship recipient reflect on her experience in last year’s GHRUP.