The Institute

The Human Rights Institute was founded in March 2005 as the University of Valencia’s specific centre for multidisciplinary research on human rights. The Institute brings together researchers from different legal and social disciplines sharing basic purposes: advancing knowledge on human rights through multidisciplinary research, offering training and raising awareness through teaching activities, and promoting reflection, dialogue and commitment around human rights, particularly those of the most vulnerable or threatened individuals and groups.

 

Master's Degree in Human Rights,

Democracy and International Justice

 

Doctorate in Human Rights,

Democracy and International Justice

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2018News
11 June, 2018

Registration for the 70th anniversary International Congress is now open

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2018News
6 June, 2018

Javier de Lucas closes the ninth edition of the Master’s Degree in Human Rights, Democracy and International Justice

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2018News
30 May, 2018

Our colleague, Professor Angeles Solanes, new director of the Yearbook of Philosophy of Law

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Legal-social report on the situation of immigrants in the Valencian Community

28 march, 2018 | Members of the IDH present a legal-social report on the situation of immigrants in the Valencian Community. Download report.