Student-led investigation recommends significant reforms.
Henna Pithia discusses her work with the International Human Rights Clinic, representing survivors of human rights abuses and returning to her alma mater.
Social work students join with the Keck Human Rights Clinic to advocate on behalf of asylum seekers by providing free evaluations, educating medical students and helping them gain experience as advocates for health and human rights.
After seeing how harmful COVID-19 is to vulnerable populations worldwide, the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health has launched efforts with partners at the global level and in countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
From opposing human trafficking to upholding refugee rights, the International Human Rights Clinic has spent nearly a decade pushing to preserve the rule of law.
Through interviews with Rohingya refugees who fled Myanmar, USC emergency physician Parveen Parmar and others document brutal attacks against the Muslim minority group.