The Community Engagement in International Justice project will provide legal education to refugees and immigrants who have survived serious international human rights violations, such as torture and war crimes, about the options for redress that may be available in Canada and globally. The project will also provide opportunities to engage survivors in emblematic human rights cases and other justice initiatives being advanced through the CCIJ and its team of pro bono lawyers.
February 16, 2017
Canadian Centre for International Justice
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