The Donia Human Rights Center extends its financial support to University of Michigan students engaging in projects related to contemporary human rights. Specifically, the Center offers the Fair Labor Association Fellowship, Korea-Michigan Human Rights Research Fellowship, the Human Trafficking Clinic Fellowship, and the Social Change Initiative Fellowship to undergraduate and graduate students, the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights Fellowship, the International Human Rights Fellowship, the International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims Summer Internship (Copenhagen, Denmark), the Student-Initiated Summer Internship Fellowship , and the Syria Justice and Accountability Centre Fellowship to undergraduate students, and the Robert J. Donia Graduate Student Fellowship to graduate students. The Donia Human Rights Center also administers the Ian Fishback Fellowship to undergraduate students majoring in the Program in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE).
We also offer students the opportunity to attend lectures and engage with human rights practitioners and scholars. This includes the annual Wallenberg Lecture.
The Donia Human Rights Center collects and shares helpful resources for those interested in learning more about human rights. Please explore our linked resources to learn more about what University of Michigan undergraduate and graduate courses are offered that address human rights and review the compiled list of outside resources on human rights that students and constituents may use for both research and job searching.