Educators and historians may be interested in a new Human Rights Web site:
The Center for the Study of Human Rights, The School of Journalism and the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning at Columbia University recently announced the launch of HR@CU, a new media portal and Web sites for human rights teaching and learning. The portal links human rights-related resources, such as case studies, course Web sites, a multimedia edition of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, human rights publications and links to human rights centers and institutes around the globe.
Columbia University project collaborators are Barnard Human Rights Study Program, Columbia College Human Rights Program, Human Rights Institute, Human Rights Internship Program, Human Rights Law Review, Law & Policy Project, Public Interest Law Initiative in Transitional Societies, Program for the Study of Sexuality, Gender, Health & Human Rights, Program on Forced Migration, Rightslink, and the School of International and Public Affairs Human Rights Program.
Please see website below.
Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning
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