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This new series is an opportunity for students to meet Chicago area practitioners and advocates to discuss US immigration policy from both theoretical and practical perspectives. Students can also get tips about career paths in policy analysis and advocacy.
The Human Rights Graduate Workshop Series provides an interdisciplinary forum for faculty and graduate students to engage in serious discussions of new human rights scholarship. All sessions are open to faculty, students, and the public.Read all the details here!
Join the Katz Center for Mexican Studies and the Pozen Center for Human Rights in a moderated discussion with Alejandra Ancheita.
Tuesday, February 3, 2015 4:30-6:00PM | Reception to followClassics Building, Room 110 (1010 E 59th Street, Chicago, IL 60637)
This event will feature guest speaker, Andreas E. Feldmann, Associate Professor of Latin American and Latino Studies and Political Science, University of Illinois-Chicago and past Lecturer in Human Rights at the University of Chicago.
Wednesday, January 21, 201512:15 - 2:00pm | Light lunch provided Kelly Hall, Room 114 5848 S University Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637
Eric Stover has long considered himself more of a Human Rights practitioner than an academic. "I'm less into academia than I am into the field," he says. "To me, academia was a place that I got books from."
The family of Richard and Ann Pozen has donated $6 million to human rights education at the University of Chicago, bringing the Pozens’ total giving to the program to $7.5 million. In honor of their generosity, the program will be named the Pozen Family Center for Human Rights. Read the full story here!