Center On Human Rights Education
Center On Human Rights Education (COHRE) contributes to universal recognition of all human rights with an emphasis on economic, social and cultural rights through research and education.
We envision a world where universal human rights are prioritized and protected.
FROM OUR HUMAN RIGHTS BLOG Fresh Weekly
By: Jo Beletic, Research & Education Assistant The cover story of The Atlantic’s June 2017 issue, “My Family’s Slave”, has flurried around social media over the last couple of weeks. The heart wrenching story sheds light on the enslavement of Eudocia “Lola” Tomas Pulido. If you haven’t already done so, do yourself a favor and […]
By: Melissa Rary, Events & Outreach Coordinator As COHRE wraps up the academic year in the coming weeks, the Center’s focus on labor rights is coming to an end, despite the vast range of important topics left to be discussed. We cannot touch on every aspect of labor rights, though it is important that the […]
by Claudia Castillo – Research Coordinator This blog is a personal response to Texas Senate Bill 4. “With SB 4, Texas Republicans have cemented their reputation among generations of young Latinos and people of color to come,” Sheridan Aguirre, a member of the immigrant youth network United We Dream, said in a written statement. I implore Texas […]