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If the Peace Corps had a law division, it might look like our new Human Rights Fellowship Program. Last summer, a group of intrepid students left behind the comforts of home to travel to the far reaches of Africa, the Latin American tropics, and the conflicted lands of Asia. They explored unfamiliar legal systems and the consequences of AIDS, domestic violence and environmental degradation, and the haunting legacy of genocide. What they discovered in the first year of this program can't be learned in books.

Caustic Mix of AIDS and Domestic Violence Endangers Women in Namibia
Establishing Rule of Law After Khmer Rouge Reign of Terror
Guatemala Imprisons Women with Impunity
Tourism Takes Toll on Ecosystem in Ecuador
Probing Police Brutality in Argentina
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