The Due Diligence welcomes opportunities to collaborate with key stakeholders on effective implementation of women’s human rights at the international, national, community and personal levels.
The Due Diligence Project provides a rigorous research-advocacy based internship women’s human rights to law students (upper level JDs and LLBs as well as LLMs) who are interested in working with an organisation that works on international human rights law. The Due Diligence Project works closely with inter-governmental organisations and national governments at the policy level. This is done through cutting edge research in close collaboration with international experts and agencies, national experts. Our reports and meetings have been cited in UN reports and documents (including the High Commissioner for Human Rights, UN mandate holders), academics and civil society organisations. We also work with governments and train government officials and the judiciary to adopt and domesticate human rights standards and norms.