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.
- Durham native Virginia Dillon embarks on journey to Nepal for internship
- Summer Fellows tackle the American-Korean culture of adoption, Greenland’s rights and resources
- Embarking KIE students to keep reflection journals through the summer
- KIE announces Kenan Graduate Arts Fellowship
- Chelsea Clinton praises former FOCUS student in Time magazine
- Kenan Distinguished Lecture: Michael Ignatieff, Apr. 18
Canadian scholar, author and former politician Michael Ignatieff, begins at 5:30 pm.
- Uprooted/Rerouted: Narratives of Iraqi and Bhutanese Refugees, Apr. 21
KIE’s Duke Immerse students present refugee narratives at the Nasher Museum of Art.
- DNA, Human Rights & Human Trafficking, Sep. 13
A workshop on the role of DNA in human trafficking victim identification and DNA collection of victims.