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What we do?

The programmes at the Centre for Human Rights, Multiculturalism, and Migration (CHRM2) reflect the breadth and depth of academic enquiry and practical experience which focus on the areas of human rights, multiculturalism, and migration.

Through the programmes, we also bridge and facilitate early-career scholars to interact with leading scholars and practitioners at the forefront of these focus areas and contribute to new knowledge.

  • Academic Activities

    • In order to formulate the aims above, CHRM2 regularly conducts academic activities such as conferences, seminars, workshops, and field research. The annual conference on human rights is held as the Southeast Asian Forum for discussing contemporary human rights issues.
  • Publication

    • The programmes at CHRM2 intend to provide a platform for papers in the form of peer-reviewed publications, edited with an academic press. We support authors who are eager to produce substantial research in the field of Human Rights. We publish journals, books, and reports.
  • Collaboration

    • CHRM2 builds and maintains collaboration with other institutions. The Centre aims to help transform the way we think about knowledge in this rapidly globalising world – in a way that meets the ideals of justice and the standards of human rights.

Fellow Programme

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Ph.D. Bridging Programme

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English Academic Purposes

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Article Editing

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