Student Accomplishments

The Human Rights Practice Program fosters collaborations between faculty, students, and community members to address real-world problems around the globe. The program requires students to complete community-engaged activities in almost every course, with many courses emphasizing how to work ethically and responsibly with marginalized communities. Students help produce white papers, webinars, shadow reports, documentaries, and other forms of human rights work. Below are some of the projects that our students completed as part of their coursework, as independent projects, or as capstone projects.
 

Shifting The Narrative: The Power of Women-Led Social Movements

By Robin Al-haddad, Gatjeak Gew, and Michelle Schatz

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Empower Kids Through Technology 

By Kendra Duran, Estefanie Govea, Marie Renaud

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Pro-Democracy Toolkit 

By Maggie Ramirez, Jessi Tapia, Hillary Evans

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Faces of #MeToo

By Tara Joyce Stetler

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Decolonizing Curriculum Workshop Overview

By Kendra Duran and Gatjeak Gew

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The Los Angeles Human Rights Podcast

by Danielle Hochman

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"Talk Period: Stigma, Shame, Advocacy" webinar on menstrual activism

by Pemba Sherpa, Teresa Montenegro, and Daniela Maldonado

 

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The Human Rights of LGBT Persons: A Collection of Op-Eds by UArizona Human Rights Practice Students

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"A Practitioner's Guide to Impacting Immigration Policy"

by Sierra Yamanaka

 

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A Victory at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights: Defending Indigenous Access to Radio Airwaves

by Sarah Trainer Todaro 

 

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Judges of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
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