• Catholic Social Teaching and Human Rights

    Dr. Meghan J. Clark will offer insights from Catholic social teaching for seeking human and ecological solidarity.

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  • Supply Chains in the ND Product Line

    Students explore supply chains in this session of the Higgins Labor Cafe.

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  • Conversations about the police

    PORTALS is a new technology to initiate conversations about policing and incarceration in communities felled by police violence.

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  • Race, Law, and Society

    Diane Nash will deliver the Inaugural Dean's Lecture on Race, Law, and Society, relating her experiences at the center of the U.S. civil rights movement and lessons to be drawn for today.

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  • Environmental Impact on Indigenous Peoples

    CCHR graduate Rodrigo Costa Sales, LL.M. ’14, is a legal advisor to the Interamerican Association for Environmental Defense (AIDA) in his native Brazil.

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  • Fighting for Lasting Peace

    Nadiehezka Palencia, LL.M. '16, is featured in Notre Dame's newest "What Would You Fight For" video along with Prof. Doug Cassel, former director of CCHR. The two discuss the historic peace and justice ageements recently signed in Colombia.

    Watch the video here.

  • CCHR Welcomes Class of 2017

    CCHR welcomes a new class of human rights advocates into its academic programs for 2016-17.
     

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  • Research Project Partnership

    The Center for Digital Scholarship (CDS) at Notre Dame’s Hesburgh Libraries has partnered with CCHR to develop a new online research tool that brings together documents from international human rights law and Catholic social teaching.

    Read about the project here.

  • What Would You Fight For?

    Reyam El-Molla, LL.M. ’12, witnessed firsthand the revolution in Egypt. With her country at a crossroads, Reyam is using the legal training she received through Notre Dame Law Schools Center for Civil and Human Rights and its LL.M. program in international human rights law to make a real difference at home.

    Watch Reyam's story in this inspiring video.

CCHR Summer Fellow

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Arianna Cook-Thajudeen, J.D. '18,
recipient of the CCHR Summer Fellowship 

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Trafficking Prevention

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CCHR and Catholic Relief Services
convene workshop on trafficking prevention

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CST and Human Rights

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The Catholic Social Teaching
Human Rights Research Database

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