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Stephen Walt
 
Stephen Walt
In his essay for the Carr Center's latest publication, Making a Movement: The History and Future of Human Rights, Stephen Walt discusses the road to peace, and how…
College campus
 
Mathias Risse
The violence in Israel and Gaza has heightened tensions worldwide—including on college campuses across the United States. With both pro-Palestine and pro-Israel students facing…
Martha Minow
 
Martha Minow
In her essay for the Carr Center's latest publication, Making a Movement: The History and Future of Human Rights, Martha Minow discusses the legacy of the Universal…
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Albert Fox Cahn, Bruce Schneier
"AI could make our human interactions blander, more biased—or ruder," write Carr Center faculty Bruce Schneier and Technology and Human Rights Fellow Albert Fox Cahn in The…
United Nations' flag flies
 
Kenneth Roth
"In the Hague trial, both sides have largely avoided evidence contradicting their case. Yet South Africa’s arguments are strong," writes Carr Center Senior Fellow Kenneth Roth in…
Carr Center's 25th Anniversary
 
In 2024, the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy celebrates its 25th Anniversary. Since its founding in 1999, the Carr Center at the Harvard Kennedy School has been a leading…
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Kathryn Sikkink
Vol. 57, Issue 1, Pages 36-39
To confront the climate crisis, we need political change involving a dramatic shift in domestic and transnational norms. Norm models should be recognized as one of the theoretical…
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Making a Movement
 
Linda Bilmes, Soroush Saghafian, Iris Bohnet, John Donahue, Jay Rosengard, John Haigh, Jason Furman, Jeffrey Frankel, Mark Fagan, Archon Fung, Sheila Jasanoff, Henry Lee, Jane Nelson, Mathias Risse
In 2023, the international community celebrates the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). The creation of such a document—its mere existence—must…
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Kathryn Sikkink
Transitional justice database projects continue to multiply, even amid mounting suspicion that systematic comparative analysis has little to offer the field. In an effort to…