The Center employs full time staff at Stanford, along with a team of dedicated student workers who help make our campus programs a success.
The Center's enthusiastic and growing student community includes those formally affiliated as Human Rights Minors, members of the Student Advisory Board, and recipients of our Summer Human Rights Fellowships.
Our Faculty Advisory Board includes professors from across the university who bring a range of disciplinary perspectives and research interests relevant to human rights and international justice.
The Handa Center's Tech & Innovation Advisory Group brings together Stanford faculty, philanthropists, and tech industry leaders, including entrepreneurs and corporate executives who care deeply about justice and the rule of law, to identify new programmatic opportunities at the intersection of tech and human rights and advise the Center on how to pursue them.
The Center for Human Rights and International Justice hosts Faculty Fellows, Research Fellows, and Visiting Scholars whose work relate closely to the Center's mission.