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May 2, 2022

Inspiration and a Wakeup Call with Chen Guangcheng

Students meet with Peter Pin and discuss his human rights work in West Papua.
April 19, 2022

Peter Pin’s Human Rights work in West Papua

Students meet with Peter Pin and discuss his human rights work in West Papua.
April 19, 2022

Presentation by Dr. Yuri Mantilla

Students meet with Yuri Mantilla.
March 29, 2022

A true “daughter of the Church”

Students meet with Helen Alvaré.
February 23, 2022

An Expert in Humanity

A little over a month before the annual March for Life, the human rights cohort had the great privilege of meeting its president, Jeanne Mancini.
February 23, 2022

Reflecting on Human Rights Since World War II

A little over a month before the annual March for Life, the human rights cohort had the great privilege of meeting its president, Jeanne Mancini.
February 2, 2022

The Basis for a Catholic Vision of Human Rights

"...It was a privilege hearing from Father Flannery. His analysis of synderesis helped bolster my understanding of rights as primarily objective and based in justice. It was also fascinating hearing about his experience working with Mother Teresa. On behalf of the Master’s in Human Rights cohort, we are grateful to Father Flannery for sharing his valuable philosophical insights, which provide the basis for a Catholic vision of human rights as based in justice and the fundamental dignity of the human person."       
January 25, 2022

Why Our Students March

A little over a month before the annual March for Life, the human rights cohort had the great privilege of meeting its president, Jeanne Mancini.
December 13, 2021

Marching Forward in Defense of Life

A little over a month before the annual March for Life, the human rights cohort had the great privilege of meeting its president, Jeanne Mancini.
December 10, 2021

The Imago Dei at the Root of Human Rights

Gillian Richards reflects on the first semester of the Masters of Arts in Human Rights.

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The Catholic University of America


620 Michigan Avenue, NE
339 Caldwell Hall
Washington, DC 20064


202-319-5892
ihe@cua.edu

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