HUMAN RIGHTS AT UCONN
Examining the most pressing human rights questions and preparing the next generation of human rights leaders.
Human Rights for the Next Generation
On October 1, 1946, the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg delivered its verdict, convicting 19 Nazi leaders of conspiracy, crimes against peace, war crimes, and crimes against humanity.
Seventy-five years later, as the world faces new challenges to democracy and rule of law, we dedicate The Dodd Center for Human Rights, extending the legacy of Nuremberg for the next generation.
Learn more about the event we hosted on October 15, 2021 featuring Senator Chris Dodd and President Joe Biden.
In the News
Companies complicit in human rights abuses abroad have long been shielded from criminal liability at home. Rachel Chambers of HRI & the School of Business writes about developing changes to this dilemma in the UK.[Read More]
Students from David L. Richards’ Young Scholars Senior Summit course contribute their thoughts on indoor air quality in schools as a human right.[Read More]
Scott Wallace writes for National Geographic on how the slayings of Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira mark a new escalation in the battle for the Amazon, its resources, and its Indigenous defenders.[Read More]
Myles Martel Lecture In Leadership And Public Opinion: As Ukraine Goes, So Goes The World - Thoughts On Propaganda, Violence, And Democracy
HartBeat Encounters: 'My Children! My Africa!'
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Multi-gazed Ethnographies: Community Photographs and Narratives of the Heroin Epidemic in Colombia
Encounters- Moderator Training
Activists/Scholars from Latin America at the Intersection of Medical Anthropology & Social Medicine
The Shape of Justice: Spatializing Public Memory
Picturing the Pandemic Exhibition Opening Reception
Grassroots Collaborative Ethnography & Archival Activism as Medical Anthropology Research Strategies
Picturing the Pandemic: Curation, Collaboration, and the Power of Journaling