The Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy (PHRGE) is at the center of the School of Law’s human rights efforts and works closely with scholars, institutions and advocates nationally and internationally to address issues of human rights and economic development. Reflecting our faculty's interests, PHRGE is particularly engaged with the international movement to promote economic, social and cultural rights.
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- December 8, Martha Davis will give a lecture entitled "The Human Right to Water and Sanitation: Malmo's "Sorgenfri" Roma Settlement and Beyond" on December at the Swedish Foundation for Human Rights in Stockholm. Professor Davis is studying the Sorgenfri case and other aspects of the realization of the human right to water in Sweden while on a Fulbright Fellowship to the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law at the University of Lund, Sweden."
- November 18, PHRGE partnered with Paris-based organization Global Potential to present: "Youth Voices: Perspectives on Climate Change", a town-hall style discussion focused on helping to form a climate agenda for the next generation.
- November 17, Faculty Co-Director, Martha Davis published a timely article on the Human Rights at Home blog entitled, "The Human Cost of the Refugee Backlash."
- November 16, The website OpenDemocracy has sponsored an online debate on the challenges of evaluating human rights work. Executive Director, Kevin Murray contributed to the discussion with a post entitled, "The Evaluation Menu: More than just Technical Choices."