In addition to the research conducted by individual members of the Centre (see staff profile pages and research groups below) we currently host three substantial, externally funded, projects.
The Centre has identified research / discussion groups which focus the broad interests of the core academic team. These groups foster interdisciplinary collaboration, drawing their members from departments across LSE and beyond.
The Centre does not have a formal doctoral programme, but we welcome MPhil and PhD students from any LSE department or discipline who are conducting human-rights related research to affiliate to the Centre and faciliate the LSE Human Rights Doctoral Network. More about LSE doctoral students.
Our visiting fellows scheme provides human rights practitioners with the opportunity to take some 'time out' from their work to undertake a period of study at the Centre for the Study of Human Rights. Visiting Fellowship Scheme
The Human Rights Doctoral Research Forum, of which the Centre is a member, holds networking and workshop events on a termly basis.
We supported an important colloquium: Measuring the Corporate Responsibility to Respect Human Rights on 7 October 2013 at Cumberland Lodge and a student-led Research workshop: 500 days after Ruggie: Achievements, challenges and opportunities in Business and Human Rights at LSE in November 2012.