Pan African Human Rights Programme Enters Second Decade
Posted on January 28, 2010
The opening of the programme on Friday 22 January 2010, marks the start of the second decade of the Master of Law programme (LLM – Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa), presented by the Centre for Human Rights - at the Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria. The programme is presented by UP’s Centre for Human Rights in collaboration with 11 other law faculties in Africa.
Over the first 10 years, almost 300 students from 36 countries have graduated from the programme. This year students from Liberia and Mali were admitted to the programme for the first time. Students spend the first six months of the year in Pretoria and thereafter they are being placed at one of the partner institutions in countries like Senegal, Ethiopia and Mauritius.
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