Sam Barrak

Research Assistant
Sam Barrak's RA for Professor Timothy Patrick McCarthy. Sam works with Tim on an extensive landscape analysis of the backlashes against and unfinished work of... Read more about Sam Barrak

Katie Stenclik

Research Assistant, Renewing Rights & Responsibilities in the US
Katie Stenclik is a Master in Public Policy 2020 candidate at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Her policy interests include economic justice, racial... Read more about Katie Stenclik

Kadijatou Diallo

Research Assistant, Renewing Rights & Responsibilities in the US
Kadijatou (Kadija) Diallo is a first-year Master in Public Policy student at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Kadija was born in Guinea but claims... Read more about Kadijatou Diallo

Aniko Bakonyi

Topol Fellow
Charlie Clements Fellow

Aniko is a human rights defender from Budapest, Hungary. For the past eight years, she has been working for the Refugee Program of the Hungarian Helsinki...

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Morgan Pratt

Topol Fellow
Morgan Pratt is committed to advancing human rights and democratizing international institutions and systems. This focus began during an international... Read more about Morgan Pratt

Salima Etoka

Internship Funding Recipient
Akina Mama wa Afrika, Uganda
Salima Etoka is a MPP student at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, a Harry S. Truman Scholar, and alumna of Trinity College. Before HKS, she worked in... Read more about Salima Etoka

Djénéba Gory

Internship Funding Recipient
World Bank, Haiti

 Djénéba Gory is a French-Malian raised in France, who joined KPMG S.A. (Paris) in 2009 as a financial auditor. After four years working...

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Demarquin Johnson

Internship Funding Recipient
National Association for the Advancement of Color People Legal Defense and Education Fund, Inc.

Demarquin Johnson is currently a joint degree student at Harvard Law School and Harvard Kennedy School, where he...

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Faculty Book Publications: 2017 in Review

January 5, 2018

Faculty members at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy published a series of groundbreaking books in 2017, addressing diverse policy issues from the role of women in Rwanda's post-conflict reconciliation; the prevalence of human trafficking and modern slavery; to making human rights work in the 21st century. 


Ryan Family Professor of Human Rights Policy Kathryn Sikkink, ...

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