About

The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice was created in 2004, thanks to a generous gift by the Bernard and Audre Rapoport Foundation. The Rapoport Center is committed to interdisciplinarity. Lawyers and law students work side by side with scholars and practitioners across disciplines that include anthropology, sociology, government, fine arts, and public policy. The Center’s motto is “Partners for Change at the Intersection of Academics and Advocacy,” representing its unique position as an academic center that not only works across disciplines, but also collaborates with communities outside the academy with the aim of producing innovative and enduring change in the lives of marginalized individuals and groups.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to serve as a focal point for critical, interdisciplinary analysis and practice of human rights and social justice. Our goal is to promote the economic and political enfranchisement of marginalized individuals and groups both locally and globally.

Contact Information

Office Location: Office Suite TNH 3.119 (in Townes Hall, next to the Center for Women in Law)
University of Texas School of Law
727 E. Dean Keeton St.
Austin, Texas 78705
Campus Mail Code: D1800

Main Phone Number: (512) 232-4857
General Email Address: humanrights@law.utexas.edu

The Fall 2019 team.
The Fall 2019 team.
Ariel Dulitzky, Karen Engle, Daniel Brinks, and Julia Dehm meet to discuss project on inequality and human rights
Ariel Dulitzky, Karen Engle, Daniel Brinks, and Julia Dehm meet to discuss project on inequality and human rights.