The Carr Center is delighted to welcome Mark Fallon, the author of Unjustifiable Means: The Inside Story of How the CIA, Pentagon and US Government Conspired to Torture, to discuss his book and work with the US Government.
The Symposium will create a space for discussion and partnership among activists, policy makers, Harvard students, and academics involved in the struggles of oppressed groups across the world. The objectives of the Symposium are to:
•Examine the implementation of human rights frameworks and identify common challenges and opportunities for human rights struggles around the world;
The Carr Center is delighted to welcome former US Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power (moderator), Eleanor Roosevelt Lecturer of Public Policy at HKS Ambassador Swanee Hunt, and Chantal Kayitesi, co-founder of AVEGA-AGAHOZO Rwandan widows’ advocacy organization, to discuss Ambassador Hunt’s new book, “Rwandan Women Rising.”
The panelists will explore the model for sustainable peace and security that Rwandan women have created for the rest of the world.
The Carr Center is delighted to host Martha Chen and Marlese Broembsen to discuss their new paper exploring solutions to address violations of the rights of homeworkers.
Chen and Broembsen will argue that realizing labor rights for homeworkers requires overlapping human rights instruments at multiple levels, including: strong movements of informal workers, and the participation of homeworker organizations in the design and implementation of these instruments.