Human Rights Institute
Human Rights Institute Renamed After Longtime Benefactor Gary Gladstein and Family
The UConn Board of Trustees Wednesday renamed the Human Rights Institute the Gladstein Family Human Rights Institute to honor the legacy and support of alumnus Gary Gladstein and his family
One Year After the Russian Invasion of Ukraine: Can Businesses Prevent Future Wars?
'If you’re a businessperson in Connecticut, there are connections now that you can use to create a more peaceful world'
Dodd Impact Team Seeks ‘A More Perfect Union’ Through Community Conversation
History professor Brendan Kane and other UConn experts hosted statewide discussions on the nation’s founding documents, funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Connecticut Humanities Council
The Darién Gap in Focus: Exhibition Centers the Stories of Migrants Traveling through Panama in Transit to the U.S.-Mexico Border
"The photographs connect us closer to the experiences of migrants transiting through Panama: shoes laying across the migratory reception center, two children under a tent sponsored by U.S. and E.U. aid, a Bible drying under the sun, children playing in the river, and border officials' increasing presence in Darién."
Documenting the American Dream: In First-of-its-Kind Project, UConn Professor Directs Film for U.S. Congressional Committee
'Creating media that unites, that’s something that I really want to do with my films'
In New Documentary Series, Senior Explores Student Housing Insecurity
Brianna Chance ‘23, a music education major, received funding from the BOLD Women’s Leadership Network for her project documenting student homelessness and housing insecurity in Connecticut
UConn’s Dodd Human Rights Impact Campaign Raises $12.5 Million to Advance Human Rights Education, Outreach, and Engagement
The UConn Foundation's Dodd Human Rights Impact Campaign has raised more than $12.5 million, further solidifying the reputation of UConn as a preeminent academic institution for the study of, engagement with, and practice of human rights
Moved by Ukraine Turmoil, Alums Establish Aid Fund for UConn Students, Scholars from Conflict Zones
'Two important pillars of our friendship are our love for UConn and our deep commitment to human rights'
Pandemic Journaling Project Continues to Grow and Develop
The record of thoughts and feelings collected from around the globe during the pandemic has hit the road with a multimedia exhibition at the Hartford Public Library through December 15
UConn Asylum Clinic Alumni Participate in CT Afghan Asylum Project
'This is critically important in our community. These individuals are struggling even more than any of us can understand'