The Human Rights Project works at the local and national levels to equip advocates with information and tools to promote domestic compliance with universally accepted human rights standards.
Arts and Human Rights Report
The freedom to participate in arts and cultural work is itself a human right. We situate ourself in the timeless tradition of using the arts to raise consciousness, build community, and enunciate social inequities.
Policy Analysis: The Human Right to Paid Sick Leave
Paid sick leave is a human right. Learn how the United States and New York City fail low-income women of color.
Issue Brief on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
Learn about the seven bills in NY City Council, which would if passed, begin to reverse long-standing trends of unfulfilled human rights related to criminal justice.
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