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Diego Garcia Blum
 
Diego Garcia Blum
In his essay for the Carr Center's latest publication, Making a Movement: The History and Future of Human Rights, Diego Garcia Blum discusses the progress over the past two…
Satellite dishes on building
 
Carr Center Discussion Paper | 2024-03
"The ethical impacts of technology can be understood, in part, by examining how it bears on human rights." In this discussion paper by Matthew MacDonald, Technology & Human…
Maria Kuznetsova
 
In her essay for the Carr Center's latest publication, Making a Movement: The History and Future of Human Rights, Maria Kuznetsova (MPP '25) discusses her work as a human…
Women in the Global South
 
Kathryn Sikkink, Helen Clapp
HKS Professor Kathryn Sikkink and Research Coordinator Helen Clapp examine the origins and impact of feminist foreign policies in the Georgetown Journal of International…
Black Lives Matter sign in North Carolina
 
Each February, we celebrate Black History Month—a significant time to draw attention to the many ways in which African Americans have helped weave the fabric of American society…
Henry Lee
 
Henry Lee
In his essay for the Carr Center's latest publication, Making a Movement: The History and Future of Human Rights, Henry Lee discusses the impacts of climate change on our…
Mariupol, Ukraine
 
Mathias Risse
The Carr Center recently hosted a film screening of the documentary 20 Days in Mariupol as part of our “Human Rights in Film” series, which uses film to explore the…
Gaming arcade interior
 
Evan Enzer
Carr Center Discussion Paper | 2024-02
Online video games are social networks, afflicted with the same speech moderation questions as other social media platforms, like Meta and Twitter, including rampant abuse,…
Archon Fung
 
Archon Fung
In his essay for the Carr Center's latest publication, Making a Movement: The History and Future of Human Rights, Archon Fung discusses the importance of protecting our human…
Brooke Ellison
 
Mathias Risse
It is with profound sadness that I report the passing of our incoming Carr Center Fellow Brooke Ellison. Brooke was the first quadriplegic student to graduate from Harvard College…