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CentreForHumanRights Jul 20
The winner of the is the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Congratulations. You have earned the bragging rights as World Champions!
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STUhumanrights 📎 Jul 18
It is official! has advanced to the semifinals of the . Our mooters will be one of four teams in action tomorrow looking for a bid to the final round on Friday and a chance to repeat as your World Human Rights Moot Court champs! 💛💚💛💚💛💚
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St. Thomas University Jul 18
Congratulations! 👏🎉 Good luck in the semi-finals — we’re rooting for you
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STU Pre-Law Society Jul 17
Team STU had a successful first round this morning at the and is eagerly awaiting their second round!
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St. Thomas University Jul 20
Emily Williams named one of the top five oralists at Congratulations!
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CentreForHumanRights Jul 20
Congratulations to St. Thomas University, Canada runners-up at the Final of the . Here, the team takes a photo with the Chief Judge of South Africa - Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng
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CentreForHumanRights Feb 16
Calling all universities in the world to particpate! 10th Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition Students are invited to argue a hypothetical human rights case before a panel of top international lawyers
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Emma Walsh Jul 19
We’re here in the beautiful Human Rights Council room— in 15 minutes, the championship round of will begin. We’re excited and honoured to be representing for the second year in a row 💛💚
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Dumpster Dog Jul 18
This is my super happy face! Why? Because my fav is off to the semis at the . and Camille Xavier are in the top 4, looking for a bid to the final round on Friday and a chance to repeat as your World Human Rights Moot Court champs! 💚💛
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Ma Jul 18
Mooting is serious business
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UN News Jul 20
Law students from 39 universities participated at the 10th Nelson Mandela . Professor Frans Viljoen, Director of , in South Africa, spoke with UN News on how the event helps to reinforce the global fight against impunity.
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HRC SECRETARIAT Jul 20
“This moot has been a way for us to consider strategies for achieving a more equal development of human rights. I look forward to using tools I gained from this experience to improving human rights in my country.”– winner Ezequiel Steuermann, Univ of Buenos Aires
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HRC SECRETARIAT Jul 20
“The opportunity to apply what I’ve learned in university to argue a case before experts with such knowledge of the law is beyond imaginable. I hope this experience will help me start a career in human rights.” — winner Magdalena Rochi, Univ of Buenos Aires
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UN Geneva Jul 23
Aspiring human rights lawyers are all winners in test case competition Geneva; hear the interview at: 🎤
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Alain-Vilakazi™|Inc. Jul 23
RT CHR_HumanRights: Welcome to the Final of the . The University of Buenos Aires is the Applicant while St. Thomas University is the Respondent. Cc UNHumanRights UNGeneva EIUC
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Alain-Vilakazi™|Inc. Jul 23
RT CHR_HumanRights: Just concluded two intense rounds of the Semi-Finals. Judges will now deliberate and the Finalists will be announced soon. All four teams were brilliant. This will be a tough call.
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Alain-Vilakazi™|Inc. Jul 21
RT CHR_HumanRights: From India to Kenya, Brazil to Zimbabwe, here are the responses of participants on how Nelson Mandela has inspired them. . Cc EIUC UNGeneva UNHumanRights
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The Aquinian Jul 20
BREAKING: STU moot court duo Emily Williams () and Camille Xavier placed 2nd at the Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition. Story to come. Our website is under renovation until next week.
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St. Thomas University Jul 20
World Class Mooters: Emily Williams and Camille Xavier finish second at the Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition in Geneva ➡️ [📷: ]
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CentreForHumanRights Jul 20
Grace Atwell from the University of Oxford, U.K. won the prize of Best Oralist in the preliminary rounds of the . Cc
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