Vienna, Austria (PRWEB) September 25, 2014
Human rights students have faced the challenge of finding reliable networks for their studies, experiences and projects. The Universal Human Rights Student Network is solving this problem by providing a platform for human rights students to find, produce and share valuable resources.
The Universal Human Rights Student Network, or UHRSN, is a student-led organization that welcomes human rights students and alumni. With comprehensive information about the most current human rights issues, including internships and study materials, UHRSN is the only network of its kind.
Since human rights studies are a relatively new prime educational and career path, students and alumni will benefit greatly from the resources offered from UHRSN. The organization provides a student-led human rights blog, program information, and other critical human rights data, including a searchable student research database, which archives outstanding student publications. Hoping to inspire global dialogue and networking between human rights students and alumni, UHRSN provides a one-of-a-kind community and platform.
Universal Human Rights Student Network was launched in 2014 to connect human rights students and alumni from all around the world. Providing a platform where human rights experts can converge to share information and publish references and articles, UHRSN hopes to assist in coordinating global human rights projects, internships, study materials, and more.
Mag. Robert Fellner