Human Rights Center Publications

 
The University of Dayton established the nation’s first undergraduate human rights studies program in 1998. Its graduates have pursued careers as human rights advocates and academics or humanitarian professionals in legal, governmental and non-profit sectors, and its faculty have become prominent international voices in human rights research and advocacy. This series provides a sampling of the Human Rights Center's scholarly, popular and promotional publications.

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Submissions from 2017

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Research Offers Tough Love to Improve Human Rights Practices, Joel Pruce

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2017 Conference Brochure: Confronting Advocacy Challenges in the Age of Intolerance and Indifference, University of Dayton

Submissions from 2015

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2015 Conference Brochure: Be a Part of the Global Action, Kristy A. Belton

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2015 Conference Poster: Be a Part of the Global Action, Kristy A. Belton

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Impact Report 2015: University of Dayton Human Rights Center, Mark Ensalaco

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2015 Conference Program, Youssef Farhat and Kristy A. Belton

The Social Practice of Human Rights, Joel Pruce

Submissions from 2013

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2013 Conference Report: The Social Practice of Human Rights, Mark Ensalaco

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2013 Conference Brochure: Be a Part of the Human Rights Movement's New Frontier, Joel R. Pruce and Maureen E. Schlangen