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Human Rights Research Resources

Welcome to the Human Rights Research Page!

Use the links on the left to access the following resources:

Human Rights Research Guide:

Start your research here. Contains information on where to find articles, news sources, United Nations information, archival resources, and more.

Human Rights Film Collection:

Annotated listing of over 500 documentary and feature films on variety of human rights themes, including genocide, access to food and water, issues of gender and sexuality, education, labor, and poverty. (Films are now located on Level 1 of Babbidge Library.)
Human Rights Collections at the Dodd Center A collection of primary resource materials, including artists books, photojournalism collections, records of NGOs, and personal papers documenting human rights abuses and activism, located at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center.

Human Rights eBooks:

Access full-text of electronic human rights reference books. Search HOMER for additional eBook titles.

For research assistance, or to request books, films, or other items, please contact Valerie Love, Curator for Human Rights Collections,, 860-486-2384.

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