An Efficient Infrastructure. The Human Rights Center responds to activists'
and educators' requests for support and materials by providing a toll-free
number (888-HR-EDUC8), Websites: Human Rights Library
and Human Rights Resource Center, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, secure on-line
ordering, and an informed staff.
Human Rights Education Materials
The Human Rights Center has become the principal source of human rights
education materials in the U.S. It currently distributes more than 100
human rights education materials, including Universal Declaration
of Human Rights passports, training guides, resource kits, curricula,
posters, and videos.
Contributor to Community Events, Conferences & Workshops
The Center works with more than 50 organizations and 50 associates to
produce initiatives such as curriculum,
training materials, courses
Co-Sponsor of Human Rights List-serves
The Center joined with Human Rights Education Associates to launch the
largest global human
rights education list-serve in the world with more than 1,200 members
from more than 100 countries.
The Human Rights Center would like to recognize and thank the following
organizations and departments for their contributions as partners.
University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts (Center for Holocaust
and Genocide Studies, Department of Philosophy, Department of Political
Science, Institute for Global Studies, and Spanish & Portuguese Department),
College of Continuing Education, College of Education & Human Development,
Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, Law School, Medical School, and
School of Social Work.
Minnesota Community Partnerships
for Human Rights, American Refugees Committee, Center for Victims of Torture, Connect -US
Russia, International Women's Rights Action Watch, Minnesota Department of Human Rights, Minnesota International
Health Volunteers, MN League of Human Rights Commissions, Project Tandem,
Resource Center of the Americas, and United Nations Association of Minnesota,
National and International Organizational Partners
Academy for Educational Development, American Federation of Teachers,
Amnesty International USA and its Human Rights Educators' Network, Center
for Economic Conversion, Center for Human Rights Education, Center for
Teaching International Relations, Cultural Survival, Educators for Social
Responsibility, Food First, Human Rights Education Associates, International
Human Rights Internship Program, Network of Educators for Central America,
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, Peruvian Institute for Education in Democracy
and Peace, Street Law Inc., and United Nations.