Human rights are freedoms and rights to which all humans are entitled. The University of Chicago's Pozen Family Center for Human Rights seeks to equip its students with the knowledge and skills necessary to understand the theoretical and historical underpinnings of human rights, as well as contemporary human rights issues.
This guide is designed to help you find key human rights resources to assist you with your research and work in this field.
If you have a question or need additional help with your research, don't hesitate to ask a law librarian!
Foreign and International Law Librarian
Bibliographer for Common Law
Remember, you can always use the contact information under Ask a Law Librarian to ask your question via chat, email, or phone.
The human rights summer internship program aims to provide students with interactive human rights experiences in both local and global contexts. To make your internship a success, be sure to: