CAMBRIDGE, MA — On October 21, 2016, a panel of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals reinstated a lawsuit (Al Shimari v. CACI) brought by the Center for Constitutional Rights on behalf of four Abu Ghraib torture victims against CACI Premier Technology, Inc., a private military contractor alleged to be responsible for the inhumane treatment.
CAMBRIDGE, MA — The Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, located at the Harvard Kennedy School, is pleased to announce our upcoming symposium: Technology & Human Rights.
The Symposium will be chaired by Carr Center’s Senior Fellow Steven Livingston, a Professor of Media and Public Affairs and International Affairs with appointments in the School of Media and Public Affairs and the Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University.
The Technology & Human Rights Symposium, hosted at Harvard University’s John F.
CAMBRIDGE, MA — The Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, located at the Harvard Kennedy School, is pleased to announce that we will be screening the feature film, TRAFFICKED, starring Ashley Judd, Anne Archer, Patrick Duffy, and Sean Patrick Flannery. The film is written and produced by Carr Center Fellow, Siddharth Kara, based on his award-winning first book 'Sex Trafficking: Inside the Business of Modern Slavery'. The screening is a collaboration with Harvard’s South Asia Institute, and will be followed by a panel discussion, featuring:
CAMBRIDGE, MA — The Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, located at the Harvard Kennedy School, is pleased to announce that Senior Fellow Steven Livingston has won the Doris Graber Book award for his book, When the Press Fails, a book he wrote with W. Lance Bennett and Regina G. Lawrence. The