The Duke Human Rights Center at the Kenan Institute for Ethics is home to an interdisciplinary international human rights community at Duke University. Central to its mission is promoting faculty-led collaborations that both transcend traditional departmental boundaries and bridge the often separate spheres of research, advocacy and policy in international human rights, directly engaging graduate and undergraduate students in scholarship and practice.
- Uprooted/Rerouted: Narratives of Refugee Life Stories, Apr. 19
KIE’s Duke Immerse students present refugee narratives at the Nasher Museum of Art
- Kenan Distinguished Lecture with Teju Cole, Apr. 24
Here Comes Everybody: The Crisis of Equality in the Age of Social Media
- Aquí y Allá: Migrations in Latin American Labor History, May 2-3
The 30th Meeting of the Latin American Labor History Conference, BorderWork(s) Lab at Duke