Dignity: An Undergraduate Human Rights Journal endeavors to showcase a broad spectrum of human rights scholarship by undergraduate students in the University of North Carolina System. Dignity fosters awareness of international and domestic human rights by publishing an annual academic journal containing high-quality, undergraduate human rights research from across the disciplines.
Dignity Online provides a platform for sharing academic and creative human rights content in a variety of formats including photography, poetry, book reviews, and much more. This site offers easy access to Dignity’s academic journal and displays the imaginative ways in which students explore the human rights field.
Dignity is housed at UNC Asheville and invites the active participation of students and faculty across the UNC system as reviewers, editors, and contributors to meaningfully highlight and discuss key human rights concerns.
If you are interested in getting involved as a reviewer or editor, contributing a piece, or simply want to connect, reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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