“Both health and human rights are really about social justice. There’s a lot that connects popular subjects like safety, Ebola, and torture.”
Posts Tagged: human rights
The event was sponsored by UChicago Spiritual Life, the French Club, and the Turkish Students Association.
Panelists included renowned historians, anthropologists, sociologists, and contemporary activists.
On October 5, Abdulrahman Shadi Obeidallah was shot in the chest with a live round by an Israeli soldier near… Read more »
According to Posner, international human rights treaties are ineffective tools.
Nearly 900 students, faculty, and community members attended the 66th Annual Latke-Hamantash Debate.
An international expert on torture talked about the difficulties of putting a stop to the human rights violation worldwide on Tuesday night.
More law students interested in human rights will have the means to enter program.
At this weekend’s Humanities Festival,a discussion on the evolution of human rights and its relationship with illegal immigration.
Liberals should embrace a foreign policy that actively intervenes in defense of human rights
Over 1,000 protesters gathered downtown to show support for kidnapped child soldiers in Uganda, including several students from the U of C chapter of Invisible Children, a human rights group.
The Human Rights Program, which previously offered no undergraduate certification, will now grant a minor to eligible students.