CHR Portrait Exhibit: Advancing Rights and Freedoms: Science, Human Dignity, and the Nobel Prize April 8, 2021
In connection with the Nobel Prize Summit, the CHR has produced a portrait exhibit, which can be explored virtually, celebrating some of the many significant contributions Nobel Laureates have made in support of human rights worldwide. The activities highlighted in this exhibit range from Denis Mukwege’s work to provide medical care for survivors of sexual violence to Yuan T. Lee’s efforts to call attention to the human rights implications of climate change. Read more…
CHR Webinar on Health Inequities, Human Rights, and COVID-19 November 30, 2020
Communities of color in the United States have been disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, reflecting deeply entrenched health and social inequities in the country. The CHR gathered experts for a conversation exploring this health and human rights challenge, as well as strategies to confront it, including through priority access to COVID-19 vaccines. View the webinar here.
Online Guide for Scientists, Engineers, and Health Professionals Under Threat