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 Ally Walker – Research Assistant The experience of homeless individuals, youth or adults, is as multifaceted and unique as each person. There is not one type of young person who is homeless or one cause for their homelessness. COHRE had the pleasure of sitting down with Cheryl Secorski, Homeless Programs Specialist for Youth […]
For many who have not experienced homelessness its causes lead to stigma and prejudice. But, with 78% of workers in the U.S. living paycheck to paycheck — the probability of experiencing homelessness is more common than most realize. At COHRE we noticed a disconnect between human rights discussions and homelessness. Over the next 5 […]
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 […]