The FAU Human Rights and Business Clinic brings together students and academics at FAU with partner organizations to work on applied research projects. Led by doctoral researchers of the International Doctorate Programme “Business and Human Rights: Governance Challenges in a Complex World”, the Clinic serves the dual function of helping students harness research skills to deliver timely and impactful projects in partnership with an external organization, and provides academic research capacities to the partner organization. By bringing academia and practice closer together, the Clinic aims to deliver mutually beneficial and impact-oriented research.
- Use academic knowledge and expertise to respond to practice-led research
- Provide students with professional experience in the field of business and human rights.
- Develop students’ research, writing, advocacy, and communication skills
- Create project-driven connections between academics
- Fill research gaps for partner organizations
ABOUT THE PROJECTS
- The HRB Clinic partners with non-profit entities on practice-driven Human Rights and Business Research projects
- The HRB Clinic operates through volunteer efforts, bringing together diverse skills and expertise.
- University students conduct research projects, under the supervision of doctoral researchers
- The HRB Clinic does not offer litigation advice
HRB CLINIC BOARD (Ph.D. Candidates)