annual report

Advancing Human Rights at Home: Annual Report 2020-2021

October 29, 2021

Two views of the Salish Sea: Left, an undeveloped shoreline. Right, March Point near Anacortes, WA. The Shell Puget Sound Refinery daily processes about 145,000 barrels of crude oil shipped from Canadian via the Trans Mountain Pipeline. If completed, the Trans Mountain Expansion would triple the amount of oil processed, transported, and burned, which will also multiply numerous threats including oil spills, toxic fumes and fires. Photos: Jessica Rose

Advancing Despite the Challenges of 2020: Annual Report 2019-2020

December 1, 2020

UW student in personal protective equipment. Photo credit: University of Washington.

Research for Action: Annual Report 2018-2019

October 24, 2019

Education for Transformation: Annual Report 2017-2018

November 6, 2018

Team meeting where Director Angelina Godoy shares massive dataset received from public records requests. (Photo: Corinne Thrash for Columns)

Addressing Human Rights at Home: Annual Report 2016-2017

October 16, 2017

UW President Ana Mari Cauce reacts as Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson jokes at the Center for Human Rights Annual Celebration in May. (Photo: Nate Gowdy)

Fighting for the Promise of Human Rights: Annual Report 2015-2016

November 29, 2016

Conference Presentation

UW Center for Human Rights Annual Report 2014-2015

March 22, 2016