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Archive for September, 2013

 
  • 2012 Winners

    The 2012 winners of the Oliver W. Koonz Human Rights Prize, which recognizes the innovative work being done on human rights by students, were a paper that examine the human rights […]

     
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  • 2011 Winners

    The winners of the 2011 Oliver W. Koonz Human Rights Prize were: BEST PAPER: Brianna Nofil (’12) ”The Case at Krome: Conditions and Controversies at U.S. Immigration Detention Centers,” prepared for […]

     
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  • 2010 Winners

    The 2010 winners of the first annual Oliver W. Koonz Human Rights Prize were: Best Essay: Caroline Lampen (’10) “The Emergence of a Norm Cascade on Violence Against Women: CEDAW or […]

     
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