The Pozen Center strives to be a resource for those interested in rights-based issues around the world. The study of human rights draws on scholarship from a number of different academic disciplines, and knowing how to negotiate such a diverse and populated space can be a challenge.
Our virtual human rights library brings together the resources of various libraries and information services, both internal and external, to create an online resource dedicated to the study of human rights. This curation is unique in its interdisciplinary concerns and its focus on writings/research from social sciences and the humanities, as well as law.
In addition to continuously updating the virtual library with the latest academic research in a variety of issue areas, we are also establishing a list of relevant films, recorded conversations, and other forms of media that may be of interest.
We are currently in the process of building the virtual library, with much more content to come. Click on a discipline below to view compiled resources.