Repeats every 3 weeks every Wednesday, 1 times . Also includes Wed Mar 29 2017, Wed Apr 12 2017.
4:00pm to 6:00pm
Fateh Azzam, former director of the Asfari Institute for Civil Society and Citizenship at the American University in Beirut, will join MEI and the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy to lead a four-session study group during spring 2017 on the challenges and prospects for the human rights movement in the Arab region in the context of armed conflict and authoritarianism.
How do you start, build, and complete a peaceful revolution? How do we fight oppression and violence? Why were the Serbian and Arab Spring revolutionaries able to topple deep-seated autocrats while the American Occupy movement failed to achieve its stated goals? What are the application of rules for 'people power' movements in different environments - from autocracies to democracies?
Luis Moreno-Ocampo, the first-ever Prosecutor of the ICC, will convene a dynamic group of select students and researchers from across Harvard University to workshop chapters of his forthcoming book on the emergence and evolution of the ICC.
Join Carr Center faculty, fellows and staff for Carr Talk & Coffee. At this Carr Talk, Carr Center research fellow Alberto Mora will discuss his research on the impacts of the U.S. use of torture on our strategic interests.