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Isabel Ebert
2024-05
This paper has been written to inform the UN Human Rights B-Tech Project and has benefitted from expansive engagement with various stakeholders. I am very grateful to those…
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Arthur Applbaum
Vol. 11, Issue 1, Pages 87-112
In Legitimacy: The Right to Rule in a Wanton World, I offer both a conceptual analysis of legitimacy, the power-liability view, and a substantive moral theory, the free group…
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Global Anti-Blackness Symposium Report
 
Carr Center for Human Rights Policy
Carr Center Discussion Paper | 2024-04
The Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at Harvard Kennedy School, alongside UNESCO and the U.S. Special Representative for Racial Equity and Justice at the Department of State,…
Gaurab Basu
 
In his essay for the Carr Center's latest publication, Making a Movement: The History and Future of Human Rights, Gaurab Basu discusses the legacy of the Universal…
Yanilda Maria Gonzalez
 
In her essay for the Carr Center's latest publication, Making a Movement: The History and Future of Human Rights, Yanilda María González discusses one of the most…
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Archon Fung
Democracy is often described in two opposite ways, as either wonderfully resilient or dangerously fragile. Both characterizations can be correct, depending on the context. When…
Joseph Nye Jr.
 
In his essay for the Carr Center's latest publication, Making a Movement: The History and Future of Human Rights, Joseph S. Nye, Jr., discusses the importance of soft…
Women's History Month
 
March is Women's History Month—a time to celebrate the contributions of women in history and in contemporary society. Every year on March 8, the United Nations and much of the…
Khalil Gibran Muhammad
 
In his essay for the Carr Center's latest publication, Making a Movement: The History and Future of Human Rights, Khalil Gibran Muhammad discusses how activists have…
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Archon Fung
Many demands for democratic inclusion rest on a simple yet powerful idea. It's a principle of affected interests. The principle states that all those affected by a collective…