- Fall 2006
Ms. Batbayar started heer program in the Fall 2006. Her areas of interest are children's rights, and the second generation rights: social, economic and cultural rights. For her future, she wants to work in an Human Right Organization that deals with this kind of rights.
Ms. Chen earned an LL.B. in China. She completed an LL.M. in 2007 at Indiana University School of Law at Indianapolis, where she is currently pursuing her S.J.D.
Mr. Han is the Director - General of the National Human Rights Commission of Korea.
Mr. Niber holds a Bachelor Degree in Law. His area of interst is Economic, social and cultural rights. He is doing his master degree in international human rights because he wants to learn about this area and the various international human rights systems and how he can use them in his human rights advocacy work. Augustine is the Director of Litigation at the Center for Public Interste Law (CEPIL), a legal aid and human non government organization in Ghana. He says: "I am a lawyer and a human rights activist, desirous of working with minority groups and marginalized communities to assert their rights through education and awareness creation."
Ms. Nies is from Hermosa Beach, California; she holds a B.A. and a J.D. Her area of interest is Refugee and Asylum Law. She says that she "chose international human rights because I believe there is great need for advocates in this area."
Ms. Gamaicheria have a bachelors degree in Law, her aerea of interest are Internally Displaced Persons and Legal instruments of conflic resolution. She chose international human rights because she was 12 years old when she became an internally displaced person. She expresses: "I suffered the horrors of war, hardship and problems conected with conflict, I face the facts of Human Rights violations, this predetermine my choice."
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