Nicolás Salmerón Human Rights Award
The Nicolás Salmerón Human Rights Award was created in 2009 with the purpose of recognizing the work of those individuals and institutions whose commitment to the defense of human rights is worthy of public example.
The award takes its name in honor of the man who was the third president of the executive power during the First Spanish Republic, in 1873, being known his resignation from office alleging problems of conscience by refusing to sign any death sentence. The award is presented in three categories: Liberty, Equality and Fraternity.
Higher Education in Human Rights
Information on the different courses, seminars, conferences, debates and training activities that we organize in agreement with the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and other entities, both public and private.
Here is our course catalog: the different training programs, the subjects covered, the curricula, their official academic equivalence in ECTS credits and/or elective credits, the composition of the teaching staff, availability, dates and schedules. It is also possible to study online on our virtual campus. Education is our first commitment.
Concepción Arenal Digital Library
Free access to all the contents of the bibliographic collection specialized in Human Rights issues: declarations, international covenants and treaties, legal texts, essays, theses, etc.
The books and documents that are part of our library are available in compatible electronic formats so that you can read them on your own computer, tablet, smartphone or e-reading device. In addition, if you are the author of any bibliographic work related to Human Rights, we can include it in the library and make it available to the public.