Cathy Albisa is co-founder and executive director of National Economic and Social Rights Initiative. She is committed to a community-centered and participatory human rights approach that is locally anchored, but universal and global in its vision. She has served on boards of the Center for Constitutional Rights, the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, the International Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Network, and the Center for Social Inclusion, among others. This month, her organization will be launching A New Social Contract: Collective Solutions Built by and for Communities.
From The Women’s March to The Poor People’s Campaign, A Call for Economic Human Rights
Teachers in Kentucky marching for health care and students organizing against the school to prison pipeline have a core value in common: They are fighting for human rights. Yet, an elite framing of... MORE
Working · May 16, 2018