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Contributions to the Donia Human Rights Center (DHRC) play a critical role in sustaining selected activities, programs, and fellowships. Gifts are essential to enable the DHRC to maintain and enhance Michigan's well-deserved reputation as a leader in international education.

Your Gifts at Work

By donating to the Donia Human Rights Center Student Fellowship Fund you support student summer fellowships. Learn more about the real-world, hands-on experience of Chole Hale, ‘21 Student-Initiated Summer Internship Fellow at the Torture Abolition Survivors Support Coalition (TASSC).

“The majority of my work focused on a confidential Global Magnitsky case. I led the investigations and creation of this case and collaborated with a law firm on creating sound legal arguments [regarding gross human rights violations]…Once finalized, this case will be submitted to the U.S State Department and U.S. Treasury Department…Not only did it [the fellowship] change my honors thesis proposal, it also directed and informed the path I will take following graduation.

Chloe’s work paved the way for her future as a Wallenberg Fellow.

For more information on the various ways you can support DHRC, please contact our center at 734.615.8482 or umichhumanrights@umich.edu

Your contribution can support the following key initiatives:

Ian Fishback Fund

To support undergraduate students enrolled in the Program in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics whose research addresses the roles and responsibilities of those in public life to advance human rights [DONATE]

Donia Human Rights Center Strategic Fund

Supports and sustains selected activities and programs. [DONATE]

Donia Human Rights Center Student Fellowship Fund

With greater resources, we would like to meet student requests and expand student support for research on human rights in the U.S. and abroad. [DONATE]

Donia Human Rights Center Faculty Grants Fund

Fulfill the growing need for human rights courses and research opportunities on campus by providing seed grants to faculty to study, develop, and teach human rights-focused courses. [DONATE]