Pozen Family Center for Human Rights

The University of Chicago Pozen Family Center for Human Rights is a unique interdisciplinary program committed to a model that explores human rights issues and questions both in theory and practice. We invite you to use the links on the left menu to learn more about our Center, including human rights initiatives, an internship program, a rigorous curriculum and undergratuate minor, visiting professors, community events, student awards, graduate student resources, and alumni news. We love hearing from our students, community, and alumni, so please contact us!

Featured News and Announcements

Lessons from Northern Ireland: Human Rights Lecture Series by Professor Monica McWilliams

Faculty Director, Mark Philip Bradley gives Harper Lecture at the UChicago Center in Delhi

A Rights-Based Approach to Tuberculosis

Eric Stover, Pozen Visiting Professor in Human Rights, reflects on time at PFCHR

Human Rights Graduate Workshop Series