WLU's Career Development Centre has some good tools for researching grad programs at this link.
Listed below are some programs that appear to fit particularly well with the aims of HRHD
1) University Programs: MA & PhD
Applied Politics (MAP) Wilfrid Laurier University
Communications and Social Justice (MA) University of Windsor
Conflict Analysis and Management (MA) Royal Roads University (Victoria, BC)
Conflict Studies and Human Rights (MA) Utrecht
Diversity Management and Governance (PhD) (English-taught) Graz (Austria)
Dynamics of Global Change (PhD) University of Toronto
Ethics, Peace and Global Affairs (MA) American University, Washington D.C.
Ethnic, Immigration, and Pluralism Studies (MA & PhD) University of Toronto
European Master's Degree in Human Rights and Democratisation (Various partner universities)
Gender and Diversity (PhD) New Stream in Political Science PHD Program, Carleton University
Global Affairs (MA) Munk School of Global Governance, University of Toronto
with a Concentration in Human Rights (M.S.) Rutgers
Global Governance (MA & PhD) Wilfrid Laurier University--University of Waterloo
Human Rights (MSc) London School of Economics and Political Science
Human Rights (LLM) University of Aberdeen
Human Rights (MA) University College London
Human Rights and Conflict Management (MA) Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna (Pisa, Italy). English is the language of instruction.
Human Rights and Criminal Justice (LLM) University of Aberdeen
Human Rights and Cultural Diversity (MA) Essex (UK)
Human Rights and International Politics (MSc) University of Glasgow
Human Rights and International Relations (MA) Roehampton
Human Rights and Research Methods (MSc) Essex (UK)
Human Rights Studies (MA) Columbia University
Human Rights and Social Justice (MA) London Metropolitan University
Human Rights Under Pressure (PhD) Free University of Berlin and Hebrew University of Jerusalem (offered in New York City)
Human Security and Peacebuilding (MA) Royal Roads University (Victoria, BC)
Immigration and Settlement Studies (MA) Ryerson
Industrial Relations and Human Resources (MIRHR & PhD) University of Toronto. This site includes a list of 'recommended' courses to take in prepration for this interdisciplinary Masters degree. There are, however, no specific requirements beyond a four-year honours degree.
International Affairs (MA) Columbia University
International Crime and Justice (MA) New York University
International Crimes and Criminology (MSc) University of Amsterdam (in English; need social science BA, not just Criminology)
International Development Humber College
International Peace and Conflict Resolution (MA) American University, Washington D.C.
International Public Policy (MA) Wilfrid Laurier University
Irish Centre for Human Rights (MA & PhD) Galway. Offers MAs and PhD programs related to human rights.
Local Economic Development (MA) University of Waterloo
Peace and Conflict Studies (MA) University of Waterloo
Public Service (MPS) University of Waterloo
Policy Studies (PhD) Ryerson. Includes a stream in Immigration Settlement and Diaspora Policies.
Public Administration (MPA) (Queen's)
Social Justice and Equity Studies (MA) Brock University
Social Justice and Human Rights (MA) Arizona State University
Socio-Legal Studies (MA & PhD) York University (Toronto)
Understanding and Securing Human Rights (MA) University of London (This program has a competitive scholarship called the Routledge Studentship. It is open to students from Commonwealth countries and it is worth about £18,000.
2) University Programs: Professional Programs
3) College Graduate Certificate Programs
(Typically 2-3 semesters for people who have completed a degree. Note: Not all programs associated with these links are graduate certificate programs. Read carefully.)
4) Training & Creditentials
Humanitarian Training Initiative -- Host the Canadian Disaster and Humanitarian Response Training Program