Where & when?
National University of Lanús, Buenos Aires, Argentina
July 2019, 3 weeks
Who this is for:
Law students who are interested in learning about the history of human rights abuse in Argentina over the last 40 years and its impacts.
An overview of International Human Rights and specifically dark Argentinian Human Rights history. Explore police abuse, use of excessive force, prison conditions, genocide and the key role of Argentinian Human Rights NGOs in the development of International Human Rights Law.
Site & cultural visits:
Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo, La Poderosa visit, former clandestine detention centre, a weekend trip to Iguazu Falls- the largest waterfall system in the world and MORE!