The Human Rights Documentation Initiative is a project of the University of Texas Libraries. It focuses primarily on digital collections acquired through preservation partnerships established with human rights organizations around the world.
The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice was created in 2004, thanks to a generous gift by the Bernard and Audre Rapoport Foundation. Its mission is to serve as a focal point for critical, interdisciplinary analysis and practice of human rights and social justice.
This international conference brings together an interdisciplinary group of scholars and legal practitioners to consider whether international human rights law, movements, and discourses have, could or should engage with the problem of economic inequality nationally or internationally.
The mission of the University of Texas Project on Conflict Resolution (UTPCR) is to change the way people think about and handle conflict in order to positively affect individuals, our communities, our nation and our world.
The Institute for Restorative Justice and Restorative Dialogue (IRJ&RD) seeks to build a national mindset that embraces restorative justice principles. Healing the harm from wrongdoing by defining accountability and building our community.
To advance knowledge about interpersonal violence. IDVSA accomplishes this through research, education, and service in multidisciplinary, strategic partnerships with researchers, educators, practitioners, policy makers, and other members of our community.
An interdisciplinary team composed of professionals at the university level, persons with disabilities from state, regional and local communities, statewide service providers, and advocacy organization specialists.