Many of the most important materials of interest to the human rights community are reports and other materials that are rarely reviewed. To fill this gap, the Editors of Human Rights & Human Welfare have developed this page to expose our patrons to these sources that they might not otherwise access.
We have included some of the most important internet resources available on Human Rights. Our essayists may find this page particularly helpful in conducting research for their essays. While this list is hardily comprehensive it is a starting point from which further research may be done. For more detailed listings on specific topical or issue areas please go to our Topical Research Digest section.
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Carr Center for Human Rights Policy (JFK School of Gov't, Harvard University)
Center for Human Rights and Global Justice (New York University School of Law)
Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (American University)
Center for the Study of Human Rights (Columbia University)
Collaborative Refugee and Immigrant Information Center (University of Denver)
Human Rights Center (University of California, Berkeley)
Human Rights Institute (University of Connecticut)
Human Rights Research and Education Centre (University of Ottawa)
Human Rights Resource Center (University of Minnesota Law School)
(University of Denver)
Harvard Human Rights Journal (Harvard University)
International Affairs Review (Elliott School of International Relations, GWU)
The Yale Human Rights & Development Law Journal (Yale Law School)
Human and Constitutional Rights (Columbia Law School)
University of Minnesota Human Rights Library (University of Minnesota)