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DePaul Community Resources
International Human Rights Law Institute (IHRLI)
The International Human Rights Law Institute (IHRLI) is at the forefront of contemporary human rights and rule of law research, training and advocacy. Since its founding in 1990, IHRLI has designed and managed projects around the world on post-conflict justice, human rights documentation and analysis, capacity building for legal professionals, gender rights and human trafficking. IHRLI conducts scholarly research on international criminal law, international humanitarian law and a variety of human rights and rule of law issues. IHRLI also prepares DePaul law students, activists and scholars for careers in human rights through courses, fellowship programs, internships and research opportunities in Chicago and abroad.
Students Against Incarceration (SAI)
To create an environment where people interested in fighting against issues in the criminal justice system can be in community, educate themselves and others, and take action. SAI is an open community and accept people with all levels of knowledge surrounding these issues.
Inside-Out Prison Exchange
The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program increases opportunities for men and women, inside and outside of prison, to have transformative learning experiences that emphasize collaboration and dialogue, inviting participants to take leadership in addressing crime, justice, and other issues of social concern. DePaul's Inside-Out program is a direct reflection the university's Catholic identity and Vincentian mission to respect the dignity of each person. This personalism is manifested through solidarity with those who live in the most dire circumstances.