In the News
Scientists and engineers as partners in protecting human rights
(US Human Rights Network) August 2016
Nigeria: Babies and children dying in military detention. This report cites work by OCS volunteer Tal Simmons.
(Amnesty International) June 2016
#WaterIsAHumanRight: Human Rights to Water and Sanitation. OCS volunteer Brian Shmaefsky contributed to this report.
(openGlobal Rights) March 2016
Byen Konte, Mal Kalkile? Human Rights and Environmental Risks of Gold Mining in Haiti. This report was advised by an OCS volunteer.
(Center for Human Rights and Global Justice) February 2016
Syria: New Chemical Attacks in Idlib. This report was advised by OCS volunteer Keith Ward.
(Human Rights Watch) June 2015
Reasons for Displacement: Documenting Abuses Against Syrian Civilians. This report was advised by OCS volunteer Mary Gray.
(ABA Rule of Law Initiative) January 2014
Attacks on Ghouta: Analysis of Alleged Use of Chemical Weapons in Syria. This report cites work by OCS volunteer Keith Ward.
(Human Rights Watch) September 2013
Syria: Possible International Armed Intervention After Alleged Chemical Weapons Attack
(Amnesty International) August 2013
The Power of Numbers
(AU News) June 13, 2013
A Human Rights Analysis of the Federal Debt Debates. Podcast with OCS volunteer James Heintz.
(NESRI) August 10, 2011
Science-Rights Coalition Has Global Impact in First Year
(Science) February 2010
Geologists in Africa as Part of AAAS On-Call Scientists/Other News and Updates
(AGI Monthly Review) January, 2010
AAAS Program Finds Early Success Connecting Scientists, Human Rights Organizations
(AAAS) December 10, 2009
(Chemical & Engineering News) December 4, 2008
"On-call" Scientists: AAAS Initiative Connects Scientists with Human Rights Organizations
(AAAS) November 25, 2008
Press Release: AAAS Science and Human Rights Program Recruits "On-call" Scientists and Engineers
(AAAS) November 17, 2008
"On-Call" Scientists Project Promotes, Protects Human Rights
(America.gov) November 9, 2008
Online Database Unites Science and Human Rights
(Science and Development Network) October 29, 2008
Science Secures Human Rights: Researchers and Advocates Link Violations to Data Points
(Center for American Progress) October 27, 2008