Human Rights House
We are exploring the idea of moving the Embrey Human Rights Program (EHRP) to a larger space on campus. This idea is receiving serious consideration from SMU administrators, who recognize the fact that we have outgrown our current location in 109 Clements Hall. In order to inform the final decision, we are reaching out to faculty, staff, and students to demonstrate the wonderful support for human rights that exists in our community.
A few important details are worth noting:
This space would NOT involve new construction, displace any existing offices, disrupt current programs, or have any financial impact on the university.
This space WOULD open new classroom and community areas, provide meeting and study rooms for students and campus organizations, include a human rights library and art gallery, and allow for future growth of undergraduate and graduate offerings.
Finally, the space WOULD be open for use by the entire SMU community, regardless of their affiliation with EHRP.
Would you allow us to include your name among a list of supporters? By saying "yes," you would simply be agreeing that the idea deserves full consideration. Regardless of your response, we thank you for your support of human rights at SMU, and for the important work you do!