The 2019 Topol Fellows on Nonviolence will present the results of their research on different cases of nonviolent action around the world. Five Topol Fellows will present “lightning” talks regarding their research on nonviolent action in Colombia, Algeria, Catalonia, India, and among various women’s movements in Africa. The panel will then address questions and comments from the audience. The event is moderated by Professors Erica Chenoweth and Douglas Johnson, who were the faculty advisors to the 2019 Topol Fellows.
The following students will present their research:
Wexner Room 102, 79 JFK Street Cambridge, MA, 02138
Psychiatric diagnosis is completely unregulated and is widely — and unjustifiably — believed to be solidly grounded in science, to help reduce human suffering, and to expose psychiatrically labeled people to no harm. Dr. Paula J. Caplan resigned from two committees...
On October 29, 2018, Senior Fellow Luis Moreno Ocampo will run a Study Group open to students and faculty members interested in discussing the latest version of the Preface and the Introduction to his upcoming publication with Oxford University Press:
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This fall, the Carr Center celebrates the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a milestone document in the history of human rights that has been translated into over 500 languages.
Join us for a book talk with Roman David, Professor and Head of the Sociology & Social Policy Department at Lingnan University, as he discusses his findings in his recent work Communists and Their Victims. The discussion wil be facilitated by Carr fellow, Stephan Parmentier.
In Communists and Their Victims, Roman David identifies and...
Come join the Carr Center Faculty, Fellows and Staff for our Fall Open House! We will introduce our fellows and faculty, give an overview of the Center's programs, opportunities, and classes. Join us and bring a friend!
United States Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has taken actions that gut the five-decades-long protections that Title IX has provided to victims of campus sexual assault and other forms of sex-based civil rights harms. A new, groundbreaking lawsuit aims to rectify this and indeed to save Title IX. Join the lawyers and activists behind this lawsuit. They will discuss the future of anti-discrimination laws in the context of new political realities. The panel will be moderated by HKS faculty member, ...
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.
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.
Daniel J. Jones is a senior vice president and policy advisor at The Daschle Group, is President...