To Surveil and Predict

A Human Rights Analysis of Algorithmic Policing in Canada

New IHRP Report

The Problematic Legality of Tear Gas Under International Human Rights Law

IHRP 2020 Year in Review

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Canada’s reputation on refugees called into question

DLS and IHRP joint op-ed: the Right to a Father

Black Lives Matter

IHRP and Rights of Non Status Women's Network's statement condemning racism and police brutality

Migrants Know Your Rights

IHRP Co-Authors New Digital Guide on COVID ID Requirement


Life as a migrant in the time of COVID-19 by IHRP student Liam Turnbull

Nevsun v Araya Ruling Released

Media Release

University of Toronto joins Global Partnership to Protect Media Freedom

Media Release

UN Calls on Canada to Halt Abdilahi Elmi’s Deportation


Sending students into the field for over 25 years


The IHRP: Advancing the Field of International Human Rights Law

The International Human Rights Program at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law enhances the legal protection of existing and emerging international human rights obligations through advocacy, knowledge-exchange, and capacity-building initiatives that provide experiential learning opportunities for students and legal expertise to civil society.


Celebrating IHRP's 30th Anniversary