Colombia-US Human Rights Law School Partnership Program Evaluation Report
This report presents the findings of the external final evaluation of the Colombia-US Human Rights Law School Partnership Program (the Program), a three-and-a-half year initiative implemented by Higher Education for Development (HED) in Colombia.
The Program was aimed at improving human rights education and training in regional law schools, and promoting a culture of acceptance and respect for human rights. Its specific objectives were to:
- Strengthen the institutional capacity of Colombian schools of law to train future legal practitioners in human rights by introducing or strengthening curriculum in human rights as well as experiential models of legal education, such as clinics and externships;
- Enhance the outreach capacity of regional law schools to better serve vulnerable populations with limited access to or knowledge of the legal system through the creation of cross-regional law school human rights networks; and
- Equip future legal professionals with an understanding of national and international standards of human rights and the skills to support human rights reform in Colombia.
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