Community Partnerships

The St. Thomas University Human Rights Institute often seeks the support of partners in the community to fulfill its mission. The Human Rights Institute is grateful for the continued support of the St. Thomas University College of Law and St. Thomas University. Below is a list of our current and past community partners to whom we are eternally thankful for their support of our mission. If you are interested in protecting human rights around the world, and would like to become a community partner, please contact our office for further information.

Current Partnerships

  • Miami-Dade College – REVEST Program
  • Miami-Dade County
  • State of Florida – Refugee Services
  • Youth Co-op

Past Project Partners

  • Alliance for Human Services
  • American Friends Service Committee
  • American Society of International Law
  • Black Lawyers Association
  • Catholic Legal Immigration Network
  • Coalition of Florida Farmworkers Organizations
  • Cuban American Bar Association
  • Dade County Bar Association
  • Dade County Department of Labor & Employment Security
  • Division of Labor, Employment, & Training
  • Federal Bar Association
  • Florida Rural Legal Services
  • Golden Glades Elementary School
  • Housing Opportunities Project for Excellence, Inc.
  • Legal Services of Greater Miami
  • Little Havana Activities & Nutrition Centers of Dade County
  • Little Havana Development Authority, Inc.
  • Metropolitan Dade County Equal Opportunity Board
  • National Conference of Christians and Jews
  • National Immigration Law Center
  • The Rainforth Foundation
  • Sant La: Haitian Neighborhood Center
  • Society for Haitian Advancement-Recognition-Education
  • South Dade Immigration Association
  • Sovereign Order of Malta
  • Team Metro – Melrose
  • Yale Law School Lowenstein Human Rights Clinic