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Join the Pozen Family Center for Human Rights, the Institute of Politics, and the University of Chicago Law School’s American Constitution Society chapter as we host Georgetown University Professor David Cole for an in-depth look at the lessons of torture in the aftermath of 9/11.
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.
In December, the PFCHR helped support this interdisciplinary project which aims to promote a rights-based approach to preventing and treating tuberculosis. Health and Human Rights Committee members Evan Lyon and Brian Citro both participated in the conference, which was held at the University of Chicago center in Delhi. Read more about the Health and Human Rights Faculty Initiative here.
Join the Katz Center for Mexican Studies and the Pozen Center for Human Rights in a moderated discussion with Alejandra Ancheita.
**Note: This event has been rescheduled for Wednesday, February 25, 2015.
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 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!