Dark Side

“Darker Side of Digital: Human Rights Implications of Technology in Canada & Abroad”--International Human Rights Program and Human Rights Watch hosted conference @UTLaw on February 6, 2018

Media Release

Ontario Should Revise Discriminatory Policy Against Refugee Drivers

Fellowship Guide

The 2018 IHRP Fellowship Guide is now available online and to download


Read IHRP Director Samer Muscati and Professor Audrey Macklin's oped in The Globe and Mail


Joint Submission to UN by Human Rights Groups Says Treatment of Children and Persons with Mental Health Conditions Violates International Obligations


On September 14, 2017 the IHRP celebrated 30 years of human rights impact

Working Group

IHRP Digital Verification Working Group

Members attend summit hosted at UC Berkeley


Human Rights Watch report on abuse of indigenous women in Saskatchewan


IHRP students assist in research for UN Special Rapporteur report on the human rights impact of financialization of housing


New IHRP report urges Canada to implement alternatives to detaining children, family separation

"Invisible Citizens: Canadian Children in Immigration Detention"

Rights Review

Latest edition of Rights Review

The latest edition of Rights Review is out. This month IHRP students profile lawyers doing incredible human rights work around the world.

CEDAW Submission

HRW and IHRP provide UN CEDAW Committee with a joint-submission highlighting two areas of concern

Immigration Detention

"No Life for a Child"

The IHRP releases a report urging Canada to implement alternatives to immigration detention of children and family separation


IHRP and PEN report on India reveals culture of stifling dissent, criminalising free expression


‘Unsafe’ and on the Margins

Canada’s Response to Mexico’s Mistreatment of Sexual Minorities and People Living with HIV


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 thelegal 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