Centre for Applied Human Rights
CAHR welcomes Human Rights Defenders to York.
The Centre for Applied Human Rights is concerned to hear that Zimbabwean human rights defender and CAHR visiting fellow in 2018/9, Prosper Tiringindi, was arrested on 25 March 2021 in Masvingo, Zimbabwe.
Our exhibition featuring works created by international women activists and artists in response to government Covid-19 measures is now viewable online.
The Covid pandemic has exacerbated issues of inequality and discrimination in the city, a new report says.
The Centre for Applied Human Rights expresses its support for a solidarity fund created by Chayan Vaddhanaphuti (a CAHR collaborator), alongside James Scott and Tun Myint. The fund is to help people on strike (especially academics and teachers) in Myanmar in this very difficult period.
Work with Geneva Call on the influence of religious leaders on parties to armed conflict.
Human rights defenders continue to face arrest, experience attacks, threats and repression during the COVID-19 pandemic, a new report says.
York is also only the eighteenth city in the world to join the network.
Alice Nah has edited the lastest volume in the Routledge Studies in Human Rights series.
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CAHRnews Winter 2014 (No 1) (PDF , 1,526kb)
CAHRnews Summer 2014 (No 2) (PDF , 1,036kb)
CAHRnews Winter-Spring 2015 (No 3) (PDF , 1,110kb)
CAHRnews Summer 2015 (No 4) (PDF , 752kb)
CAHRnews no;5 (PDF , 1,127kb)
CAHRnews Spring 2017 (No 6) (PDF , 2,003kb)
CAHRnews Winter 2017 (No 7) (PDF , 2,270kb)
CAHRnews Spring-Summer 2018 (No 8) (PDF , 9,628kb)
CAHRnews Spring 2019 (No 9) (PDF , 2,430kb)