Carr Center Fellow Patricia Illingworth will lead a semester long study group, Human Rights, Ethics and Philanthropy.
About the Study Group
Given great global and domestic need, the moral imperative to help others is pressing and falls on the state, civil society, enterprises and individuals. In recent years philanthropy – the “love of humanity” – has received widespread attention. Warren Buffet, Bill and Melinda Gates, George Soros, Ted Turner Read more about Study Group: Human Rights, Ethics and Philanthropy
Please join us for "Torture and Public Policy," a class led by Carr Center Faculty Director Douglas Johnson and Senior Fellow Alberto Mora. Daniel Jones will be presenting, and the class is open to members of the Harvard community.
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.
Nye A, Taubman 520, Taubman Building, 79 JFK St, Cambridge MA 02138
About the seminar:
"When and where will violent conflict break out?" The answer to this question is critically important to people who might fall victim to violence, to policy makers who are charged with preventing and resolving deadly disputes, and to academics who strive to understand human behavior. The social science literature on reducing political violence mostly concerns answering the question, "Which countries are likely to experience violence?" Recent research has refined geographic predictions to identify local level danger zones. However, Read more about Violence and cell phone communication patterns: Evidence from Côte d’Ivoire
The Rwandan Student Community at Harvard University together with the Carr Center For Human Rights Policy, the Center for African Studies and the HKS Africa Caucus invite you to the 23rd commemoration of the Genocide against the Tutsi.