Economic Human Rights: It’s Time for a New Social Contract | University of Pittsburgh Community Engagement Center | Lecture | Pittsburgh City Paper
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Economic Human Rights: It’s Time for a New Social Contract 

When: Tue., March 19, 6 p.m. 2019
sociology.pitt.edu
The Community Engagement Center in Homewood welcomes guest Cathy Albisa, co-founder of the National Economic and Social Rights Initiative (NESRI), for a talk titled Economic Human Rights: It’s Time for a New Social Contract. Presented by the University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Sociology, the event is part of NESRI’s nationwide call for a New Social Contract that would defend our economy, democracy, and climate from threats posed by greed-based development that prioritizes economic growth over the public good. Learn how the initiative connects with struggles for human rights, democracy, and racial and economic justice in Pittsburgh.

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