World Human Rights Moot Court Competition
 
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The annual human rights world moot competition was first held in 2009 at the University of Pretoria and is hosted by the centre for human rights with support from various donors. Held over a four day period, it brings together undergraduate law students from all over the world, who argue a hypothetical human rights problem. This year the 6th world human rights moot competition will be held from 8 - 10 December 2014 at the OHCHR headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, in collaboration with the Regional Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Southern Africa (ROSA) and OHCHR, Geneva.

 

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About the Competition

The Competition is open to undergraduate students from all institutions of tertiary education in the world. Participation in the competition is not restricted to law students, but it is expected that in most cases the teams participating in this event will be comprised of students who study law.

The final is organised on 10 December, the day of the Celebration of the Human Rights Day. The World Human Rights Moot Court Competition is organised in partnership with the Regional Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Southern Africa (ROSA).

For further information please contact Mr Armand Tanoh, World Human Rights Moot Court Coordinator at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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