Support the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy

The Carr Center would like to thank our generous supporters who have enabled the Carr Center to carry out its mission to train future leaders for careers in public service and apply first class-research to the solution of public policy problems. We welcome contributions to support research initiatives, public policy dialogue and training opportunities for future human rights leaders.

Giving Opportunities

Student Policy Analysis Exercises and Student Internships: The Carr Centers encourages students to pursue on the ground research and to help non-profit organizations achieve human rights policy goals.

Research Initiatives: The Carr Center conducts a broad range of research programs to evaluate the human rights policies of the United States and other governments and to analyze the dilemmas that need to be resolved when human rights principles are brought to bear on major public policy choices.

Human Rights Fellows: The Carr Center brings together a diverse group of human rights practitioners, scholars and activists to conduct research on human rights policy, contribute to the Center's programs, and participate in broader dialogue with students, faculty and researchers in the Harvard community.

Conferences and Events: The Carr Center sponsors a dynamic series of events and conferences that convenes students, activists, soldiers and policy makers together for lively discussions and opportunities for shared learning.

How to Give

If you are interested in helping to support the Carr Center's work, please feel free to contact our Executive Director, Charlie Clements, directly. Dr. Clements can be reached as follows: Charlie Clements
phone: (617) 384-8464
fax: (617) 495-4297