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Handa Center Student Community

Handa Center student advisory board meeting.

Chiseche Mibenge, Director of Community Engaged Learning in Human Rights, meets with the Handa Center Student Advisory Board

Students can get involved with the Handa Center in a variety of ways. Explore the links to learn more about how you can engage in human rights and international justice at Stanford!

Handa Humans

If you are interested in simply being a part of our growing interdisciplinarystudent community, whether that be through attending lunch seminars on discrete human rights topics, volunteering at Handa Center events, taking HUMRTS courses, or participating in social gatherings throughout the year (free food!), please sign up here and express your interest in joining the Handa Humans list. 

Other Opportunities

If you are interested in being more involved in the Handa Center, learn more about the Handa Center Student Advisory Board (SAB). was established early on to help shape the Center's priorities and programming. The SAB members provide insight and feedback about student interests and needs related to human rights both on and off campus. 

If you have any questions, sign up for peer advising or Handa Center staff office hours