Human Rights and the Supply Chain

A young boy working at a light bulb factory in India. A human rights class for engineering and social sciences students encourages complementary approaches to social and environmental sustainability in the supply chain for manufacturing businesses, addressing such issues as child labor and pollution. (Photo by Robin Romano/University Library Archives Special Collections)
Shareen Hertel, Associate Professor in Human Rights & Political Science, has been highlighted in UConn Today for her course “Assessment for Human Rights and Sustainability”, and for the course’s innovative approach to combining the study of human rights and engineering.

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