Centre for Applied Human Rights
Zachariah Mampilly and José Gutiérrez examined rebels' taxation practices in Colombia in their new paper, A tax like any other? Rebel taxes on narcotics and war time economic order.
Posted on 25 September 2023
Lecturers from the Centre for Applied Human Rights (CAHR) have worked together on a new edited volume on 'Transformative Justice and Agrarian Conflict: Elements for a Necessary Debate'.
Posted on 27 July 2023
Monthly York Human Rights Workshops, organised by the Centre for Applied Human Rights in collaboration with the York Centre for Modern Studies, will be starting in October 2023.
Worldwide, one in six children – or about 449 million – live in conflict zones. Their rights are often affected by the activities of State and non-State parties to armed conflicts.
Posted on 30 June 2023
York has been a Human Rights City for just six years, but others have been operating for up to 25 years.
Posted on 14 June 2023
On 15 May, we held a Welcome Lunch for the new human rights defenders.
The Centre for Applied Human Rights is deeply concerned by the passing of the Anti-Homosexuality Bill by the Ugandan Parliament, which introduces severe punishments for members of the LGBTI+ community and activists, including the death penalty.
Posted on 5 June 2023
If you've met or worked with any effective human rights protagonist, you may have been impressed by their dedication, their courage, and their ability to make a difference.
Posted on 25 May 2023
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CAHRnews Summer 2015 (No 4) (PDF , 752kb)
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CAHRnews Spring 2017 (No 6) (PDF , 2,003kb)
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CAHRnews Spring-Summer 2018 (No 8) (PDF , 9,628kb)
CAHRnews Spring 2019 (No 9) (PDF , 2,430kb)