REPORT: The Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy (PHRGE) at Northeastern University School of Law has just released a report on how human rights strategies can be used to address the many challenges facing immigrants to the U.S. and their communities. Convened in October 2010, the “Beyond National Security: Immigrant Communities and Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights” institute (see previous post here) gathered community activists, human rights, immigrants’ rights, and civil rights attorneys, workers’ rights advocates, political scientists, sociologists, journalists, law students, and legal scholars to share concerns, strategies, and potential collaborations.
 

 

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