Photos from a Journey to Secure Women's Rights in Guatemala
University of Virginia School of Law students Cecile Farmer '15 and Jennifer Tian '14 recently journeyed to Patzun, Guatemala, to help train women about their rights. The pair worked on behalf of the International Human Rights Law Clinic, after writing a legal rights training module on maternal health laws for the Women's Justice Initiative, a nonprofit founded by Law School alumna Kate Flatley '08. (More on WJI and the clinic)
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