Presentation/Speech

2019
Discrimination, Cognitive Biases and Human Rights Violations
Mathias Risse. 4/5/2019. Discrimination, Cognitive Biases and Human Rights Violations. Carr Center Discussion Paper Series. 2019006th ed. Cambridge: Carr Center for Human Rights Policy. See full text. Abstract

Mathias Risse outlines his presentation at the First Colloquium on Discrimination, Cognitive Biases and Human Rights at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), on November 15th, 2018. 

 

Human Rights and Foreign Policy from FDR to Trump
Joseph Nye. 4/2/2019. Human Rights and Foreign Policy from FDR to Trump. Carr Center Discussion Paper Series. 2019005th ed. Cambridge: Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, Harvard Kennedy School. See full text.Abstract
This working paper is a transcription of a talk given by Joseph Nye for the Carr Center's Fierce Urgency of Now lecture series. 

 

2018
Can Technology deliver freedoms for India’s poor?
Salil Shetty. 12/16/2018. “Can Technology deliver freedoms for India’s poor? ”. See full text.Abstract
Talk given by Carr Center's Senior Fellow Salil Shetty at TechFest IIT Bombay.

"My talk today is addressed to concerned citizens who are not experts on the subject. Many of the issues I am touching on require a much more complex and nuanced treatment but this talk is deliberately taking a simpler narrative."

Read Salil Shetty's complete presentation here: https://carrcenter.hks.harvard.edu/files/cchr/files/can_tech_salil_shetty_01.pdf