Organization profile

Organization profile

The Human Rights Center promotes research on real-world challenges, prepares future lawyers with the commitment and skills to defend human rights, and partners with civil society, governments, and institutions to impact law, policy, and practice.

Founded in 1988, the Center is well placed as part of the exceptional human rights community at the Law School, across the University, and in the Twin Cities. Students benefit from on-campus programming and opportunities for applied research, hands-on experience, and professional development in the fields of human rights and international law.

 

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equality Social Sciences
legal capacity Social Sciences
marriage Social Sciences
economics Social Sciences
discrimination Social Sciences
family law Social Sciences
state law Social Sciences
harmonization Social Sciences

Projects 2006 2013

Partners in Closing the Gap

Rudelius-Palmer, K.

Education Minnesota Foundation

8/1/127/31/13

Project: Research project

The Racial Equity: Teaching and Community Engagement Pro

Rudelius-Palmer, K.

THE MINNEAPOLIS FOUNDATION

7/1/126/30/13

Project: Research project

equity
Teaching
community

Partners in Closing the Gap

Rudelius-Palmer, K.

W K KELLOGG FDN

5/1/1010/31/12

Project: Research project

human rights
teacher
school
community

Research Output 1990 2012

1 Citation (Scopus)

Economic consequences of marriage and its dissolution: Applying a universal equality norm in a fragmented universe

Halperin-Kaddari, R. & Freeman, M. A., Jan 1 2012, In : Theoretical Inquiries in Law. 13, 1, p. 323-360 38 p., 1294.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

equality
marriage
economics
discrimination
family law
legal capacity
equality