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Carr Center Prize for Human Rights PAE

May 29, 2019

The Policy Analysis Exercise (PAE) is a capstone project for Harvard Kennedy School students. During the PAE, students examine and develop solutions for a public or nonprofit sector policy or management issue presented by a client organization. 

Each year, the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy selects a student PAE or SYPA that successfully addresses a critical human rights issue of our time.

On HKS Class Day 2019, the Carr...

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Flash Presentations - Technology & Human Rights Fellows

May 22, 2019

See short presentations from some of the Technology and Human Rights Fellows Cohort.

The Technology and Human Rights Fellowship is part of a new Carr Center for Human Rights Policy initiative to examine how technological advances over the next several decades will affect the future of human life, as well as the protections provided by the human rights framework. 

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The '3.5% rule:' How a small minority can change the world

May 14, 2019

New article featuring Carr Center's Erica Chenoweth on BBC-Future.

Nonviolent protests are twice as likely to succeed as armed conflicts – and those engaging a threshold of 3.5% of the population have never failed to bring about change

"In 1986, millions of Filipinos took to the streets of Manila in peaceful protest and prayer in the People Power movement...

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