The Duke Human Rights Center at the Kenan Institute for Ethics explores contemporary international human rights challenges through promoting interdisciplinary faculty-led collaborations and innovative practice-oriented pedagogy. It encourages critical investigations from a broad range of disciplinary traditions and constructive projects that engage undergraduate and graduate students and that bridge the often separate spheres of research, advocacy and policy.
- Conversations in Human Rights series kicks off
- Walter Sinnott-Armstrong comments on morality of intent
- Christine Bader responds to new National Labor Relations Board ruling
- MADLAB researcher testifies before The Hague on propaganda and violence
- Net Impact reading list combines innovation with social impact
- DNA, Human Rights & Human Trafficking, Oct. 10
The final workshop exploring the role of DNA in human trafficking victim identification
- Visiting Human Rights Fellow Ann Gallagher, Oct. 20-21
Ann Gallagher works on issues of human trafficking
- Reasonable Accommodations and Minority Religious Freedom, Nov. 20
This day-long workshop is part of a continuing series on religion and minority rights.