|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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Minnesota Advocates and Dorsey & Whitney Release "Liberia Is Not Ready"
8/20/2007 3:51 PM
Minnesota Advocates Concludes Fact-Finding Mission to Bulgaria (July 2007)
8/7/2007 10:27 AM
Minnesota Advocates Testifies at Congressional Briefing on Medical Treatment at Immigration Detention Centers
7/10/2007 9:59 AM
"Journey to Safety" at National Criminal Justice Conference
7/10/2007 8:41 AM
Women's Program Fall House Party/Fundraiser
9/6/2007 5:30 PM
The Andre Thomas Death Penalty Case Serious Mental Illness on Trial (or not?)
9/13/2007 12:00 PM
MSBA Features Minnesota Advocates Volunteers in Report on Pro Bono Legal Service
8/16/2007 9:22 AM
Latin American student leaders visit University
7/25/2007 11:18 AM
VOA Interviews Michele Garnett McKenzie on Problems with Immigration Detainee Health Care
7/16/2007 8:09 PM
Atlanta Journal-Constitution Features Article on Liberia TRC Project
4/24/2007 1:00 AM