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.
For people power movements, does momentum equal mass times velocity? Erica Chenoweth & Margherita Belgioioso reflect on their recent findings in Nature Human Behaviour.
The recent revolutions in Algeria and Sudan remind us that bottom-up movements of people power can create sweeping political transformations. They did this in part by mobilizing huge numbers of active protestors—...
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.
In our 14th episode of Justice Matters, Carr Center's Executive Director Sushma Raman interviews Nat Kretchun, Deputy Director of the Open Technology Fund. They discuss the many ways in which technology both obstructs and empowers groups in North Korea.