Human Rights Education

The Advocates has a long history of educating about human rights and how to advocate for them. The Advocates develops and distributes curricular resources, publications, and reports; conducts presentations, lecture and film series, conferences, CLE and CEU sessions, and public forums; and provides numerous resources through the internet. We educate on topics such as immigration, post- 9/11 human rights violations, asylum, the death penalty, child labor, women’s human rights, and transitional justice.

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"The Advocates has undertaken pioneering work in the emerging field of human rights education and is one of the organizations at the forefront of developing programs that pave the way for human rights education locally and in the United States." Independent Evaluator, 2006