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Low Cost Interventions to Mitigate High Cost Emotional Tolls: Improving Conditions When Unaccompanied Minors Enter U.S. Border Government Custody

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Poverty and in-equality at the heart of the post Covid-19 human rights agenda

Morten Kjaerum, Director Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, explores the new social agenda to address poverty and inequalityContinue Reading

Book Review: Research Handbook on Torture

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Teaching the Human Rights Foundations for Social Justice Advocacy

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New Resource: Mental Health and Human Rights

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Why a Psychologist Might Want to Become a Human Rights Fellow

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Idealism, psychology and human rights

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Psychology and human rights: holding on to truth

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Psychology, History and Human Rights

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United Nations World Children’s Day November 20 

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GNPHR Commemorates Kristallnacht – November 9

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GNPHR introduces a blog/commentary function!

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Commentary: Human Rights Challenges

Thoughts about the human rights challenges we confront in the fog of the war with the Corona Virus Commentary by Neal S. Rubin, PhD, ABPPApril, 2020 Given my interests in human rights, I find myself thinking about some of the moral and ethical challenges we are grappling with today asContinue Reading

Human Rights in Times of Corona

Commentary by Polli Hagenaars We are worried about the ongoing corona crisis. We are worried about our loved-ones, about people around us, and about of those in vulnerable situations. We think of the refugees in Syria, at the Turkish borders, at the Mexican/US borders and elsewhere, of those on the move, of peopleContinue Reading

Basic Human Rights in Situations of Emergencies

Commentary by Nora Sveaass Commentary by Nora Sveas In situations of emergency and crisis there is a need for measures and arrangements set up for the common good, including altering and setting limitations to what is considered regular rights and routines in our daily lives. Emergencies may therefore give rise toContinue Reading

General Human Rights Organizations

Bibliography – Psychology & Human Rights

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