The Master of Laws in International Human Rights at University College Dublin is a unique one-year program that provides students with an in-depth understanding of the complex legal issues surrounding human rights. The curriculum covers topics such as international human rights law, international refugee law, and environmental justice. Students will gain specialized knowledge of the UN human rights system and have the opportunity to develop their research and analytical skills. The program also emphasizes current events in international human rights law, providing students with up-to-date information on global trends and emerging issues. Graduates from this program will be well equipped to pursue careers in advocacy or policymaking, or to pursue further studies leading towards advanced degrees such as Doctoral programs in International Human Rights Law. With the potential to make a meaningful impact towards protecting and promoting human rights worldwide, this program provides students with an excellent opportunity to pursue a career that makes a difference.