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Adler School Approach to Supporting Human Rights Through Policy Cited in HuffPo Blog 04.01.14
Adler School Approach to Supporting Human Rights Through Policy Cited in HuffPo Blog
04.01.14

Following a recent talk hosted by the Adler School's Office of Global Affairs on the global human rights movement, Amnesty International field organizer Katie Sewell wrote about students bringing human rights home in Chicago.

In her Huffington Post blog, Sewell wrote: "At the Adler School of Professional Psychology, we heard great ideas about infusing policies with human rights, and connecting local issues with global challenges."  Read the post: "Youth Lighting the Way in Chicago."

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