The Duke Human Rights Center at the Kenan Institute for Ethics explores contemporary international human rights challenges by promoting interdisciplinary collaborations and innovative pedagogy for faculty, students, and practitioners. It encourages critical investigations from a broad range of disciplinary traditions that engage undergraduate and graduate students on the ethical issues at play and that bridge the often separate spheres of research, advocacy and policy.
- February conference on unaccompanied child migration seeks discussants
- New Human Rights Lab course offers research, writing, and service-learning credits
- DHRC@KIE Profile Series // Anne Gallagher
- Duke students, faculty, and staff eligible for KIE Campus Grants
- Author Eula Biss to be first in new KIE/CDS visiting writers series
- Eula Biss: On Immunity, Nov. 6
Visiting writer lecture, Nelson Music Room, 7pm
- Reasonable Accommodations and Minority Religious Freedom, Nov. 20
This day-long workshop is part of a continuing series on religion and minority rights.
- Unaccompanied Child Migration Symposium, Feb. 22-23
A two-day symposium