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Archive for April, 2019

 
  • Report from the Field: “Clean” Streets at What Cost?

    This blog post was written by a recent Duke alumna working in Rwanda. She was involved with the Duke Human Rights Center throughout her time at Duke. The post was […]

     
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  • Updates from Environmental Justice Bass Connections Teams

    Updates from Environmental Justice Bass Connections Teams

     
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  • 2019 Winners

    2019 Winners

     
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  • Winners of the 2019 Human Rights Research Grant

    Winners of the 2019 Human Rights Research Grant

     
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  • Why the Human Rights Certificate?  Interview with Trey Walk

    Why the Human Rights Certificate? Interview with Trey Walk

    This interview was conducted over email with Trey Walk, a senior undergraduate student enrolled in the Human Rights Certificate Program, completing a major in History, by Miranda Gershoni, a first-year […]

     
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  • Anisha Watwe

    Anisha Watwe

    Anisha Watwe is a sophomore at Duke University from Cary, North Carolina pursuing a self-designed, Program II degree in global reproductive and sexual health policy. She is specifically interested in […]

     
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  • Selin Ocal

    Selin Ocal

    Selin Ocal is a junior at Duke University from Cliffside Park, New Jersey studying Biology and History. With the hopes of pursuing medical school following graduation, Selin has always had an […]

     
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  • Ivan Robles

    Ivan Robles

    Ivan Robles is a rising senior from Miami, Florida. He is pursuing a Bachelor’s in Political Science and International Comparative Studies, with an expressed interest in Latin American culture and politics. […]

     
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  • Eugene (Gino) Nuzzolillo

    Eugene (Gino) Nuzzolillo

    Gino Nuzzolillo is a junior at Duke University from Omaha, Nebraska studying History and Human Rights. His academic, political, and personal interests in community organizing, social movements, cities, and American […]

     
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  • 2018 Winner

    2018 Winner

    The Duke Human Rights Center@the Franklin Humanities Institute and the Human Rights Archive at the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library have named María McFarland Sánchez-Moreno’s book, There […]

     
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