About the Center for Global Justice
Regent has stepped forward to equip Christian advocates to seek justice for the world's downtrodden--the enslaved, the abused and the poor. Our Center for Global Justice provides strategic resources for law school students and those around the world who seek to combat human rights abuses.
- Academic Preparation. The Center sponsors a wide variety of classroom and experiential courses at Regent including Human Trafficking; International Religious Freedom; Comparative Children's Rights; NGO Creation & Management; Child Advocacy Practicum; Immigration Practicum and a forthcoming Human Rights Clinic.
- Internship Program. Students are provided with funded internships and work on issues such as human trafficking, victims' rights, government corruption and international religious freedom. Over 40 interns have served in countries including Cambodia, France, Greece, India, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Middle East, Russia, Rwanda, Uganda Ukraine, United Kingdom and also areas throughout the United States.
- Partner Support. The Center networks with individuals, organizations and ministries throughout the world who share our vision to rescue and protect the oppressed.
- Special Events. The Center sponsors numerous special
events including panel discussions, film screenings, CLE programs, symposia
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Publications from Global Justice