No Lost Generation at the University of Cincinnati is a student group aiming to support the ongoing global refugee crisis in the Syria. The group, tasked by the United States Department of State, works to ensure that the current generation of displaced is not lost to history. NLG has three pillars: education, child protection, and engaging adolescents and youth. NLG raises awareness and funds to support current non-governmental organizations (NGOs) already involved in raising awareness in Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, and Egypt – refugee hosting countries.
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Cincinnati Law’s Domestic Violence/Civil Protection Order Clinic promotes the human right to be free from intimate partner violence.
On this International Day of Non-Violence, we go local. That is, Cincinnati Law proudly celebrates its Domestic Violence and Civil Protection Order (DV/CPO) Clinic.
In addition to representing survivors, our Clinic students have highlighted the importance of addressing intimate partner violence. Namely five years ago this month, thanks to Cincinnati Law Professor Kenyatta Hurd and Clinic students, the Cincinnati City Council adopted a resolution recognizing freedom from domestic violence as a fundamental human right and declaring that the city, as well as state and local governments, have an obligation to secure this right. Continue reading “October 2: International Day of Non-Violence”