The latest batch of posts from the Kenan Institute for Ethics’ Global Human Rights Scholars Rights Writers is posted for the month of March. 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 New ‘ASEAN Way’: Finding a Regional Solution for Human Rights Violations in Rakhine State
- Daniela Flamini – Venezuela, Left Home Alone
- Celia Garrett – Regional Forces Fail to Adequately Address Famine in South Sudan
- Rym Khadhraoui – The Rise of Extremism in Europe: Speeches Harming Racial Justice
- Sarah Sibley – When Profit Meets Prison: Prison Reliant Industries and the “Demand” for Crime
- Liz White – Prioritizing Regional over International Allegiance in the African Union