The Enduring Human Rights Legacy of Christopher Dodd
'Our humanity, in many ways, is defined by how we treat the most vulnerable, and not just elsewhere, but in our own country'
Conquering a Curse: A Student’s UConn Success Story – that Almost Wasn’t
'Every day I’d wake up and be like, is this one step closer to not being able to finish?'
UConn Stamford Professor, Human Rights Filmmaker Wins Emmy Award
Oscar Guerra says the multidisciplinary partnerships at UConn expand the reach and depth of his work
Dodd Impact’s 2021 Malka Penn Award Honors This is My America
Lauded by critics for its crucial look at justice in the United States, This is My America by author Kim Johnson has been recognized as the 2021 recipient of the Malka Penn Award for Human Rights in Children's Literature, presented by Dodd Human Rights Impact at UConn.
Flash Cards and Food – Werth Institute’s F3 Entrepreneurs Launch Diverse Ventures in First Year of New Program
'At UConn, we are building the most accessible and inclusive entrepreneurial community'
Sustainability, Community, and Food – Theory Meets Action for UConn Undergrads
Where 'learning by doing' means baking bread, growing vegetables, and working for justice
The Extremist Watchdog: Meet the Husky Who Tracks Online Hate
Prepared by a UConn human rights education to confront hatred and intolerance around the globe
Werth Innovator Using Venture Capital to Support Social Justice This Summer
Astou Diallo combines a flair for business with a passionate interest in social justice
Revelation of a Racist Property Restriction Leads to New State Law in Connecticut
When David K. Ware '76 JD, '20 LLM learned his childhood home was in a development that had been intended only for whites, he decided to do something about racist real estate clauses still on the books
Buen Vivir: Examining Well-being in Colombia at a Time of Protest and Police Violence
'Can we create new indicators of well-being using this Indigenous concept of Buen Vivir?'