The Humanitarian Law Project (founded 1985) is a U.S.-based non-profit organization, working to protect human rights and promote "the peaceful resolution of conflict by using established international human rights laws and humanitarian law."
The organization's mandate includes the long-term strengthening of human rights standard, particularly those ratified by nation-states, and to promote human rights dialogue between human rights activists, legal academics, members of the US Congress and their staffs, and other interested US citizens.
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