Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights
Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights
Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights is a non-governmental, 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the promotion and protection of internationally recognized human rights. With the help of the more than 600 active volunteers who contribute an estimated $3.4 million annually of in-kind services, Minnesota Advocates documents human rights abuses, advocates on behalf of individual victims, educates on human rights issues, and provides training and technical assistance to address and prevent human rights violations. 

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What's New


Minnesota Advocates at the 2007 State Fair!


In The News

Minnesota Lawyer Highlights 2007 Human Rights Awards Dinner on Web Blog
6/20/2007 11:45 AM

MPR Features Minnesota Advocates Attorney Emily Good in World Refugee Day Coverage
6/20/2007 10:36 AM

African Journal-Constitution Covers Liberian TRC Project in Atlanta
6/15/2007 11:16 AM

Twin Cities Daily Planet Highlights Jerome Verdier, Keynote Speaker at 2007 Human Rights Awards Dinner
6/8/2007 10:10 AM

FrontPage Africa Article Highlights Liberian TRC Branch in Ghana
5/17/2007 11:41 AM

Atlanta Journal-Constitution Features Article on Liberia TRC Project
4/24/2007 1:00 AM

2007 Human Rights Awards Dinner

June 19, 2007

Keynote Speaker Jerome Verdier

Priscilla Hayner and
Sofia Macher

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