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Contribute - International Human Rights Clinic
USC Gould School of Law

  • MAKE A CONTRIBUTION:

    The Clinic relies upon the generous contributions of donors to fund its work supporting partner human rights organizations overseas as well as its advocacy campaigns, which involve using various forms of media to raise awareness and publishing and circulating investigative reports.

    If you would like to support the work of the Clinic through a financial donation to the USC Human Rights Fund, please contact the Clinic or donate online by credit card:

    Make a secure online donation to the International Human Right Clinic

  • The Clinic conducts investigative fieldwork overseas and supports partner human rights organizations by working with them on-site.

    If you would like to support the Clinic's overseas work by donating your unused air miles to enable students to travel, contact the clinic here.

  • PARTNER WITH THE CLINIC:

    If you are an individual or organization interested in suggesting cases or projects for the Clinic's docket, please submit a short partnership proposal to:

    USC International Human Rights Clinic
    USC Gould School of Law
    699 Exposition Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90089-0071
    Telephone: 1-213-740-9154
    Fax: 1-213-821-5746
    Email: hgarry@law.usc.edu
  • JOIN THE CLINIC LISTSERVE:

    To receive email updates on Clinic events, news and announcements with respect to related international human rights events on USC campus or in the greater LA area, please fill out the form below:

    IHRC Listserve Sign Up







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