The Center for the Human Rights of Children is offering a one-year paid assistantship to a graduate or professional student who has completed at least one year of graduate study. The Center seeks a positive, creative thinker who can link intellectual research to practical policy questions and project development.
The Center for the Human Rights of Children is seeking a summer intern from June-August 2013. This paid summer internship is open to Loyola's undergraduate and graduate students.
This interdisciplinary seminar will explore legal, social, and practical issues confronting human trafficking survivors within the United States, with an emphasis on child survivors. Open to law students and graduate level social work students.
On April 11, 2013 at Loyola University Museum of Art, the CHRC co-sponsored a colloquium that discussed how interactions between the police and youth, especially minority youth, can shape how the latter understand and react to the law and to social norms.
June 18-21: The CHRC is co-sponsoring "Promoting Justice and Peace," an interactive conference in Nairobi, Kenya. Senior Faculty Fellow, James Garbarino, will be attending to present on inter-faith perspectives on the human rights of children, and to provide leadership on this issue across sessions throughout the conference.
On February 15, 2013, more than 200 organizations representing children, immigrants, academia, faith traditions, and civil rights (including the CHRC) released a set of principles for immigration reform legislation that meets the needs of children.
The Center for the Human Rights of Children is now on Facebook! 'Like' us and keep updated with events, projects, resources, and news related to children's rights.
Are you passionate about education? Do you enjoy working with and supporting young children? Do you believe ALL children have the right to a high quality early education? If so, please consider applying to Loyola's Jumpstart program!
Dr. James Garbarino, the CHRC’s Senior Faculty Fellow, offers his expertise on childhood trauma in historical context, in an article featured in Houstonia Magazine.
Dr. Garbarino offers his expertise on the recent violent events around the nation, in an opinion piece featured on CNN.com.