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Feminist Advocacy and the Law Panel

The current issue of Rights Review highlights four phenomenal events that have been hosted by the IHRP and its partner organizations over the last few months: the Canada-Hong Kong Policy panel, the Seeking Accountability in Conflict panel, the Feminist Advocacy panel, and the film screening of Abandoned


The Toronto team presenting during the Summit, hosted at The University of Hong Kong’s Faculty of LawA Timely Summit: Human Rights and Sovereignty in the Spotlight in Hong Kong
Ms. Ikponwosa Ero, the UN Independent Expert on Albinism, and other persons with albinism from around the world gathered at Times Square for the ColorFull billboard revealFrom UN Advocacy to Cocktail Parties: Advocating for the rights of persons with albinism 
IHRP Alumnus Vincent WongIHRP Alumnus Profile: An Interview with Vincent Wong
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Rights Review is the independent student-led publication of the International Human Rights Program at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Law. All articles and publications are from U of T students! We publish online and in print each month in the law school's student newspaper: Ultra Vires. You can also find us on Twitter and Facebook!

2019-2020 Rights Review Editorial Board

Co-Editors in Chief: Emily Tsui (3L, JD/MGA) and Julie Lowenstein (3L)
Senior Editors: Maddy Torrie (3L) and Rachel Bryce (3L)
Junior Editor: Abdullah Khan (1L)
Graphics and Social Media Editor: Adil Munim (3L) 


Rights Review Magazine is always looking for talented U of T law students and other U of T students interested in international human rights issues to contribute to the publication. Please visit the Submissions page for more information. 


Check out the 2019 Summer Fellowships Highlight to learn more about students' experiences with the program.

To apply for a fellowship, please view the 2020 Summer Fellowship Guide

2019 IHRP Summer Fellowships Map