In this blogpost by practicum student Chase Bryer, COVID-19 tactics used by service providers to aid immigrant and refugee populations is discussed.
Category: Center for Human Rights, Gender & Migration
Center for Human Rights, Gender & Migration Blog Posts
Read, Watch, Listen: Human Rights Today
The Student Advisory Council at the Center for Human Rights, Gender & Migration has developed links for you to look at, read & listen to on center topics.
Collaborator Spotlight! Marcela French
Center for Human Rights, Gender and Migration MARCELA FRENCH Data Services CoordinatorThe Women’s Safe House Meet Ms. Marcela French, a bilingual advocate working to empower women and their families who have suffered from domestic violence and human trafficking. Ms. French currently works at The Women’s Safe House in St. Louis, which continues to offer shelter […]
Statement on the death of George Floyd and too many others
The Center for Human Rights, Gender and Migration grieves the tragic death of George Floyd last week, and of Tony McDade, Nina Pop, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Sandra Bland, Tamir Rice, Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Philando Castile, Yvette Smith, Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant, and too many others in recent memory. We stand in solidarity with […]
Collaborator Spotlight! Leila Sadat & the Center for Human Rights, Gender & Migration
LEILA SADAT, JD, LLM, D.E.A. James Carr Professor of International Criminal LawDirector of the Whitney R. Harris World Law InstituteSpecial Adviser on Crimes Against Humanity to theInternational Criminal Court ProsecutorSchool of Law, Washington University in St. LouisFaculty Scholar, Institute for Public Health Bio: Leila Nadya Sadat is an internationally recognized authority in the fields of public […]
Service providers in Mexico try out tools to support migrants’ safe disclosure of sexual and gender-based violence
Service providers in Mexico try out tools to support migrants’ safe disclosure of sexual and gender-based violence: WashU puts research into practice
Evaluating Dr. Denis Mukwege’s Panzi Hospital in Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo
WashU takes a holistic approach to assessing holistic care Since 1999, Panzi Hospital in South Kivu province, eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), has cared for survivors of sexual violence – including women and small children who have been violated. Established by 2018 Nobel Peace Prize co-recipient, Dr. Denis Mukwege, the hospital is special: […]