40+ human rights courses have been offered through FSU Colleges and Departments.
CAHR has represented hundreds of human rights clients seeking immigration relief.
CAHR has been involved in leading research in the Anti-Trafficking field since 2002.
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CAHR co-sponsored Leah Singleton and Taegan Dennis to conduct research on "Implications of Family Planning on Child Labor" in Ghana during the summer of 2017.LEARN MORE
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CAHR has partnered with the Big Bend Coalition Against Human Trafficking, the Survive and Thrive Advocacy Center to spread awareness and support victims of human trafficking.LEARN MORE