This collection brings together teaching resources developed by the Human Rights organized section (Section 36). The collections features resources covering a wide range of human rights themes, from international law to morality during war. This effort was led by Professor Bethany Barratt, Roosevelt University. If you would like to contribute to this resource collection, please email Educate@apsanet.org
The Section on Human Rights was established to encourage scholarship and facilitate the exchange of data and research findings on all components of human rights (e.g., civil, political, economic, social, cultural, environmental), their relationship, determinants, and consequences of human rights policies, structure and influence of human rights organizations, development, implementation, and impact on international conventions, and changes in the international human rights regime.