The programmes at the Centre for Human Rights, Multiculturalism, and Migration (CHRM2) reflect the breadth and depth of academic enquiry and practical experience which focus on the areas of human rights, multiculturalism, and migration. Through the programmes, we also bridge and facilitate students to interact with leading scholars and practitioners at the forefront of these focus areas and contribute to new knowledge.

In order to formulate the aims above, the programmes are enumerated as follows:

  • Conducting academic activities concerning human rights in the forms of seminar, conference, workshop, research, service and publication.
  • Conducting academic activities concerning multiculturalism in the forms of seminar, conference, workshop, research, service and publication.
  • Conducting academic activities concerning migration in the forms of seminar, conference, workshop, research, service, publication, and partnership with institution which are committed to collaborate with the University of Jember.