Envisioning Human Rights: Visit the exhibit at Berkeley Law
The Human Rights Center celebrates our 20th anniversary by showcasing the work of world-class photographers at Boalt Hall from August 28 through October 31, 2014. The exhibit is located on the second floor of Boalt Hall near the Dean's office, adjacent to the main reading room. The gallery is open to the public from 8 am to 6 pm Monday through Friday. Although most doors are locked during evenings and weekends, the door closest to Boalt's Café Zeb is unlocked, permitting public access to the gallery during evening and weekend hours.
Ten photographers share their stunning images—from Guatemala to Kosovo to the American South. Photographs can be purchased until Oct. 13 when an online auction will begin. For more information visit EnvisioningHumanRights.com.
How are witnesses treated in international trials? HRC offers world's first survey
The Human Rights Center has just released Bearing Witness at the International Criminal Court: An Interview Survey of 109 Witnesses, which offers the world’s first in-depth look at the experiences of International Criminal Court witnesses from the perspective of witnesses themselves. Stephen Cody, director of the center’s Atrocity Response Program, presented the study in The Hague. Read and download the Bearing Witness study.
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Training the next generation of human rights investigators
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