It is time for new thinking about human rights advocacy. This is the challenge for the global human rights research and advocacy community.
The University of Dayton Human Rights Center creates positive change through research, education and dialogue. As a leader in the global human rights community, we search for transformative solutions to systemic patterns of injustice that will bring about real change in the lives of poor people. We are committed to addressing the gap between theory and practice, between scholars and practitioners. Advocates need information to be able to develop evidence-based strategies that bring about real change. We provide this research as we build on the legacy of the University’s innovative Human Rights Studies Program and Catholic social tradition.
University of Dayton
Place of Publication
Ensalaco, Mark, "Impact Report 2015: University of Dayton Human Rights Center" (2015). Human Rights Center Publications. 6.
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