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AAA Committee for Human Rights

Resources for Research, Instruction and Networking

A primary goal of CfHR is to encourage research and education on all aspects of human rights, from conceptual to applied. The Committee encourages colleagues to think, write and conduct research that touches on all areas of human rights.  Teaching courses related to this field in a university setting will also further the promotion of human rights awareness among students.  Finally, networking with other anthropologists who work on human rights is a vital aspect of this work. To assist our colleagues in achieving these goals, the Committee has compiled background information and a resource list, bibliographies and various course syllabi pertaining to human rights issues, a directory of scholars who work on human rights issues and . Additional contributions of bibliographies, resources, and syllabi are welcome.  To add your name to the directory of scholars, contact jmartin@americananthro.org


Background and Resource List

Human Rights Instruments

Human Rights Organizations


Bibliographies


Course Syllabi


Directory

On-line Directory of Anthropologists Working on Human Rights Concerns


Ways for Anthropologists to Get Involved
in Human Rights Work

1. Increase Anthropological Knowledge

2. Increase Professional Dialogue

3. Increase Student Knowledge

4. Intervene in Cases of Human Rights Abuse



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