Chula’s Faculty of Law Presents Certificates to Students in the 2nd LawLAB for Human Rights Project

The Faculty of Law, Chulalongkorn University, organized its second annual LawLAB for Human Rights for 2021 academic year. Assistant Professor Dr. Pareena Srivanit Dean of the Faculty of Law, and Dr. Pat Siyomsilpa, head of the project, presented certificates to 21 students who participated in the LawLAB for Human Rights project on Monday August 15, 2022 at the Main Auditorium, Debdvaravati Building, Faculty of Law, Chulalongkorn University.

FAU Ceremoniously Breaks Ground on Future Kurt and Marilyn Wallach Holocaust and Jewish Studies Building

FAU ceremoniously broke ground on its future Kurt and Marilyn Wallach Holocaust and Jewish Studies Building at its Boca Raton campus. Thanks to a historic $20 million gift from the Wallachs in November 2020, FAU is an epicenter for intercultural dialogue and education in the greater South Florida region.

FAU Announces Largest Gift in School’s History

Kurt and Marilyn Wallach share a lifelong commitment to educating on the Holocaust to ensure the lessons of this horrific point in our world’s history remains relevant today and to future generations.

United States should implement nationwide truth commission on police violence against Black people

The United States needs to implement a nationwide truth commission on police violence against Black people, according to Kerry Whigham, assistant professor of genocide and mass atrocity prevention at Binghamton University, State University of New York. “If recent instances of…

New book examines human right to health, pushes for rating system for pharmaceutical companies

Every human being has the right to health and new initiatives should be put in place to encourage pharmaceutical companies to ensure that everyone has access to essential medicine, according to a new book from Nicole Hassoun, professor of philosophy at Binghamton University, State University of New York.

Universal right to health could inspire people, organizations to make real change

Acknowledging health as a universal human right could galvanize people and organizations to make major improvements in health worldwide, according to new research from faculty at Binghamton University, State University of New York.

Legal principles assert migrants’ rights during pandemic

A global committee of legal scholars – including Cornell Law School’s Ian Kysel – developed a set of principles released April 28, “Human Mobility and Human Rights in the COVID-19 Pandemic: Principles of Protection for Migrants, Refugees and Other Displaced Persons,” reminding states of their obligations to those populations amid the public health crisis.