Welcome to the Human Rights Center

 

Support our work  

 

Featured Video

 

Learn how to do effective activism on Duke's campus

 
 

DHRC@FHI Updates

 
  • Why the Human Rights Certificate? Interview with De’Ja Wood

    Why the Human Rights Certificate? Interview with De’Ja Wood

    This interview was conducted over email with De’Ja Wood, a senior undergraduate student enrolled in the Human Rights Certificate Program, by Zac Johnson, a third-year undergraduate student working for the […]

     
  •  
  • Let’s Not Forget – The Fight Continues

    Let’s Not Forget – The Fight Continues

    Kyra Josephson (Duke University ‘18) Kyra Josephson grew up in Thousand Oaks, California and graduated from Duke University in 2018. While at Duke, Kyra studied History and Markets and Management […]

     
  •  
  • Support for refugee families in this next phase of the Covid-19 pandemic

    Support for refugee families in this next phase of the Covid-19 pandemic

    By Grace O’Connor The past two weeks I have spent emailing and communicating with prospective interviewees and then, interviewing! Despite sending out emails to a dozen organizations, I only received […]

     
  •  
  • Human wellbeing, marine protected areas, and the pandemic

    Human wellbeing, marine protected areas, and the pandemic

    By Dana Baker, PhD Candidate in Marine Science and Conservation I switch off my recorder and quickly gather my interview materials strewn across the table: a colorful guide to the region’s […]

     
  •  
  • The Beginning of a Long Academic Journey….

    The Beginning of a Long Academic Journey….

    By Grace O’Connor, ’21 I began my exploration into the best practices for working with refugee and migrant children in the United States in the study of Human Rights. The […]

     
  •  
  • Dark Side of the Mining Industry in China: Conversations with Black Lung Patients

    Dark Side of the Mining Industry in China: Conversations with Black Lung Patients

    by Yanping Ni, first-year graduate student in the East Asian Studies program. In the past months, a documentary titled “Miners, the Horsekeeper, and Pneumoconiosis 矿民, 马夫, 尘肺病” has been very […]

     
  •  
  • Final reflection

    Final reflection

    By Stefanie Pousoulides, ’21 This past month I have worked toward doing preliminary research for my senior thesis on the response of the League of Nations to the Armenian Genocide. […]

     
  •  
  • Petitions to the League of Nations

    Petitions to the League of Nations

    By Stefanie Pousoulides, ’21 Most of the primary source material I am planning to use for my thesis comes from a database of digitized archival material of the League of […]

     
  •  
  • Armenian women genocide survivors as agents

    Armenian women genocide survivors as agents

    By Stefanie Pousoulides, ’21 My summer research project examines the League of Nations’ humanitarian and legal solutions for Armenian Genocide survivors during the interwar period. I have previously examined the […]

     
  •  
  • Why the Human Rights Certificate? Interview with Kevin Solomon

    Why the Human Rights Certificate? Interview with Kevin Solomon

    This interview was conducted over email with Kevin Solomon, a senior undergraduate student enrolled in the Human Rights Certificate Program. Why did you decide to pursue the human rights certificate? […]

     
  •  
 
 
 

Follow us on Twitter