In the latest episode of Justice Matters, Carr Center's Executive Director Sushma Raman interviews Carr Center Fellow Matthew Smith. Smith is co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Fortify Rights. In this episode he discusses the Rohingya crisis, the importance of documentation, and the role of power in constructing narratives around human rights.
Americans live in a country founded on the concept of individual rights, but human rights experts say more work still needs to be done teaching people what rights actually are, where they come from, and how their neighbors’ rights intertwine with their own.
In collaboration with the Centre of Competence on Humanitarian Negotiation (CCHN) and the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI), the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy is looking for the support of a research fellow to undertake a review of literature and preliminary research on experiential learning methodologies in the context of human rights and humanitarian action.
This research takes place as the three organisations are developing a more systematic approach to the use of experiential models in building the capacity of graduate students and mid-career professionals in...
Cambridge, MA—Harvard Kennedy School today announced a program for the renewal of rights and responsibilities in the United States. The Renewing Rights and Responsibilities project at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy will bring together Harvard faculty, fellows, and students to examine the U.S. system of rights, and explore...
In the latest episode of Justice Matters, John Shattuck, Senior Fellow at the Carr Center and Professor of Practice in Diplomacy at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, discusses the evolution, threats, and impetus for renewing rights and responsibilities in the United States.
In the latest episode of Justice Matters, Mark Latonero, Carr Center Technology and Human Rights Fellow, and Research Lead for the Human Rights and AI on the Ground Initiatives at Data & Society, discusses ethics, privacy, and human rights implications around the use of artificial intelligence.
New article on Vox highlights the work of Desmond Patton, Technology and Human Rights Fellow.
Patton, emphasized that current AI tools tend to identify the language of African American and Latinx people as gang-involved or otherwise threatening, but consistently miss the posts of white mass murderers.