international human rights Archive

  • A talk by Kerry Bystrom, Bard Faculty Representative to Bard College Berlin & Associate Professor of English and Human Rights, Bard College. Using Mark Behr’s controversial novel The Smell of Apples (1995) […] 0

    Kerry Bystrom “Reading the South Atlantic: Southern Africa, Latin America and the Cold War.”

    A talk by Kerry Bystrom, Bard Faculty Representative to Bard College Berlin & Associate Professor of English and Human Rights, Bard College. Using Mark Behr’s controversial novel The Smell of Apples (1995) […]

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  • In light of the lack of information and resources on Syria during a time when the American public continues to debate on potential US intervention, this event is designed to […] 0

    Syria Teach-In

    In light of the lack of information and resources on Syria during a time when the American public continues to debate on potential US intervention, this event is designed to […]

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  •   “Driving in India: A Personal Story of Life, Tea, and Human Rights Research in the 21st Century”   Peter Rosenblum has recently come to Bard after 10 years at […] 0

    Peter Rosenblum

      “Driving in India: A Personal Story of Life, Tea, and Human Rights Research in the 21st Century”   Peter Rosenblum has recently come to Bard after 10 years at […]

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  •   “The Cash Nexus: Situating Human Rights in the Global Economy”   Peter Rosenblum came to Columbia University from Harvard Law School, where he spent 7 years with the Human […] 0

    Peter Rosenblum

      “The Cash Nexus: Situating Human Rights in the Global Economy”   Peter Rosenblum came to Columbia University from Harvard Law School, where he spent 7 years with the Human […]

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  •     “Counterterrorism and Armed Conflict: A Legal Typology”   Joanne Mariner is the Rita Hauser Director of Hunter College’s Human Rights Program.  Before joining Hunter in January 2011, she […] 0

    Joanne Mariner

        “Counterterrorism and Armed Conflict: A Legal Typology”   Joanne Mariner is the Rita Hauser Director of Hunter College’s Human Rights Program.  Before joining Hunter in January 2011, she […]

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  •   “New Conflicts And Human Rights In South Sudan”   Jehanne Henry has been Human Rights Watch’s Sudan researcher since November 2007. Prior to joining the organization, she was a […] 0

    Jehanne Henry

      “New Conflicts And Human Rights In South Sudan”   Jehanne Henry has been Human Rights Watch’s Sudan researcher since November 2007. Prior to joining the organization, she was a […]

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  •   Ayça Çubukçu joined the LSE in May 2012 as a Lecturer in Human Rights at the Department of Sociology and the Centre for the Study of Human Rights. Before LSE, […] 0

    Ayca Cubukcu

      Ayça Çubukçu joined the LSE in May 2012 as a Lecturer in Human Rights at the Department of Sociology and the Centre for the Study of Human Rights. Before LSE, […]

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  •   “Criminal Venture or ‘Business as Usual’? Corporate Accountability for Violations of International Law in the Occupied Palestinian Territory”   Valentina Azarov’s research interests lie in the fields of international […] 0

    Valentina Azarov

      “Criminal Venture or ‘Business as Usual’? Corporate Accountability for Violations of International Law in the Occupied Palestinian Territory”   Valentina Azarov’s research interests lie in the fields of international […]

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  •   “Election Violence in Kenya”   Chandra Lekha Sriram is Professor of Law at the University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS). She has written and lectured […] 0

    Chandra Lekha Sriram

      “Election Violence in Kenya”   Chandra Lekha Sriram is Professor of Law at the University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS). She has written and lectured […]

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  •   “Human Rights NGOs in Russia and the War of Memories”   Dmitry Dubrovsky, Associate Professor in the program of International Relations, Political Science, and Human Rights at Smolny and […] 0

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

      “Human Rights NGOs in Russia and the War of Memories”   Dmitry Dubrovsky, Associate Professor in the program of International Relations, Political Science, and Human Rights at Smolny and […]

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