The latest batch of posts from the Kenan Institute for Ethics’ Global Human Rights Scholars Rights Writers is posted for the month of February. The monthly series of articles written by Duke students focuses on six different human rights topics, each chosen by the author.
This month, the Rights Writers posts include:
- Sanjeev Dasgupta – A Balancing Act: Navigating Fundamental Tensions in UNHCR’s Engagement in the Rohingya Crisis
- Daniela Flamini – Imprisoned Speech
- Celia Garrett – Aid Workers Unable to Help Communities Most in Need
- Rym Khadhraoui – First They Came for the Muslims, and We Said “Not This Time”
- Sarah Sibley – When It Comes to Correctional Education, Advocates Must Fight For Access
- Liz White – Support for the ICC: Material and Political Advocacy