Harvard Kennedy School Names Five Fellows to Study Nonviolent Solutions to Political Conflict

January 30, 2019
Harvard Kennedy School Names Five Fellows to Study Nonviolent Solutions to Political Conflict

Harvard Crimson article announcing the Carr Center's new student research fellows. Five international students who research nonviolent solutions to political conflict have been named to the Harvard Kennedy School’s first class of Topol Research Fellows, the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy announced Monday.

Carr Center Faculty Director Mathias Risse said in a press release that the newly appointed research fellows will bring a "powerful new lens” to human rights research at the Kennedy School. The fellows — current Kennedy School students — will receive funding to support a year’s worth of research as part of the program.

Read the full article on the Harvard Crimson.