We are thrilled that you are interested in joining the Spring Trip with the Sudreau Global Justice Program. This year we will be going to Uganda to work in prisons on plea bargaining cases and to put on two important conferences: the promotion of Women in Leadership and the prosecution of Trafficking in Persons. The March 2018 application is posted, applications are due November 17th.
Thursday, March 8th Depart LA
Friday, March 9th Arrive Entebbe, Uganda
Saturday, March 10th Prison Project, Luzira
Sunday, March 11th Prepping for Conferences
Monday, March 12th Prison Project, Luzira
Tuesday, March 13th Women in Leadership Conference
Wednesday, March 14th Prepping for Conferences / Hearing Plea Bargained Cases in Court
Thursday, March 15th Anti-Trafficking in Persons Judicial Training Conference
Friday, March 16th Anti-Trafficking in Persons Judicial Training Conference
Saturday, March 17th Sight-seeing TBD
Sunday, March 18th Sight-seeing TBD / Depart Uganda
Monday, March 19th Arrive in LA
This itinerary is subject to change.
The purpose of the Spring Break trip is to provide an opportunity for our students to view their law degree through a human rights lens. Students will engage in the various discussions and activities planned each year as well as engage with the culture while visiting historical sights.
Our methodology is similar to that as described in the books, When Helping Hurts, Toxic Charity, and Walking with the Poor. We seek to serve the needs of developing countries where invitations have graciously been extended. Our purpose is to help nations' top leaders implement structural changes to their judicial process in order to secure greater access to justice for citizens. We hope students passionate about a career in International Human Rights, or something under the umbrella of Global Justice, will join this trip and gain invaluable resources and tools from the experience to carry forward in their legal careers.