In partnership with the SJSU Human Rights Minor Program, students gain access to a wealth of applied and scholarly experience in human rights law, philosophy, advocacy, policy design, and reporting.
The Human Rights Minor Program is open to all undergraduate students at SJSU, and is a great way for students to add a Minor credential without delaying graduation. The Program provides training in International Human Rights Law, human rights reporting/journalism, and human rights advocacy.
The SJSU Human Rights Institute is offering one Faculty Research Grant for the Summer of 2022. It will employ a faculty member for approximately six weeks of Summer research activities (5-10 hrs./week, total capped at $6000).
The SJSU HRI is now accecpting applications for the 2022 Aris Anagnos Graduate Student Scholarship for Human Rights Research. Award recipient will receive $2000 total - $1,000 for fall and spring semester. Deadline to apply is 4/1/22. See scholarship page for more details and how to apply.