Human Rights Radio Sound Lab

The Human Rights Radio Sound Lab is an open space for research and practice in sound and human rights, and is currently in the formative stages.  Among the areas we are developing is an archive of projects that take up sound as the primary lens through which to examine questions in human rights; examining the uses of radio in human rights struggles and abuses around the globe; and creating an experimental space where students can think about and experiment with sound as it relates to human rights in their academic and creative work.

Sound Lab hours are every Friday from 11AM – 2PM in the seminar room at the Human Rights Project.