Centre for Applied Human Rights
CAHR welcomes Human Rights Defenders to York.
Joint statement calling for the immediate and unconditional release of Alaa Abdel Fattah, Mohamed El-Baqer and Mohamed Ibrahim “Oxygen”.
A Generating Respect Project (GRP) research team conducted fieldwork in Mali between July and August 2021.
The University of York's Generating Respect Project collaborates in the production of the digital series A Leap of Faith: Effective Engagement between Religious Actors, Humanitarians, and Peacebuilders.
The day will bring researchers working on noma together and provide a chance to meet each other, share information on past, present and future noma research and create opportunities for collaboration.
The Centre for Applied Human Rights are pleased to welcome our postgraduate taught students.
Read our joint-statement in English and Arabic
Ioana Cismas to speak at the Global Initiative for Justice, Truth & Reconciliation webinar Religious Leaders and Transitional Justice.
The Generating Respect Project invites paper submissions for the conference Religious Actors & Humanitarian Norms Compliance in Armed Conflict: Roles, Influence, Engagement that will take place online between 8 and 10 December 2021.
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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)