Professor Jacqueline Bhabha
proessor Jacqueline Bhabha is Adjunct
Lecturer in Public Policy. A graduate of Oxford University, she is the executive director of the
University Committee on Human Rights Studies at Harvard University and a lecturer at Harvard
Law School. From 1997 to 2001, she directed the Human Rights Program at the University of
Prior to 1997, Ms. Bhabha was a practicing human rights lawyer in London, and before the European
Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. She has written extensively on issues of migration and
asylum in Europe and the United States. She teaches international human rights and refugee law,
and she serves on the board of the U.S. section of International Social Services.
In the MHR program, Professor Bhabha collaborates in the program area on children's
Professor Stephen Marks
Professor Stephen P. Marks, is
the François-Xavier Bagnoud Professor of Health and Human Rights at the Harvard School of Public
Health, where he directs the Program on Human Rights in Development. He also teaches human rights
in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard College.
He is member of the UN High-Level Task Force on the implementation of the right to
development established by the UN Commission on Human Rights, and the Economic and
With the MHR program, Professor Marks collaborates in the project Methodological Issues
of Qualitative and Quantitative Tools
Compliance with the Right to Development".
Professor Christopher Stone
Professor Christopher Stone is the
Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Professor of the Practice of Criminal Justice. His current
research focuses on comparative approaches to police accountability and the internal alignment
of national criminal justice systems.
From 1994 to 2004, he served as director of the Vera Institute of Justice, where his own
work focused on institutional reform of police, prosecution, and public defense services
both in the United States and internationally. Stone also serves as chair of Altus, an
alliance of nongovernmental organizations and academic centers in Russia, India, Nigeria,
Chile, Brazil, and the United States that are jointly pursuing justice sector reform.
In the MHR Program, Professor Stone collaborates in the area