human rights


Human rights and legal practice inform UCLA scholar’s work

UCLA law professor Asli Bâli has spent years in private practice in New York and Paris, represented 9/11 victims as well as immigrant Muslim men detained in the aftermath and written extensively on international human rights.

UCLA faculty voice: Race, dignity and luck

UCLA African American studies professor Melvin Rogers writes that it’s a deeply sad reflection of society if luck is a requirement for African Americans to be successful in America.

A global view of LGBT policies in the workplace

As part of their degree work, a team of UCLA Anderson students went to Italy and India to learn about LGBT policies and challenges that people face in the workplace there.

What will the new Cuba look like?

A panel of experts that included UCLA Latin America and Caribbean literature scholar Jorge Marturano shared their perspectives on the future of Cuba during a discussion at a “Thinking L.A.” event co-presented by UCLA and Zócalo.
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