The report, entitled Our Bodies Are Still Trembling: Haitian Women Continue to Fight Against Rape, published one year after an on-the-ground investigation
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights of the Organization of American States (OAS) has passed formal recommendations to the Haitian government in order to stop the sexual violence occurring in displacement camps
Prof. Lisa Davis and students from CUNY Law’s International Women’s Human Rights Clinic conducted an on-the-ground investigation into the ongoing rape and
The news reports don’t tell the full story about the trail of damage left by Haiti’s devastating earthquake.
CUNY Law students will receive their Juris Doctorate on May 14th in a graduation ceremony celebrating their successful path through law school.
Pioneering Attorney Won Landmark Rights Case in U.S. Court of Appeals on Same Day Supreme Court Narrowly Rejected Her Challenge to the Hyde Amendment on Abortion Restrictions for the Poor
Report on gender issues in housing in the United States written by the student interns of the International Women’s Human Rights Clinic
Professor Rhonda Copelon, co-founder of CUNY Law’s International Women’s Human Rights Clinic, discusses
Three students in the International Women’s Human Rights Clinic (IWHR) and a CUNY Law alumna were part of the trial preparation team
Professor Jennifer Green of the International Women’s Human Rights Clinic (IWHR) is quoted in an article on the front page