The Human Rights Certificate offers students an in-depth and rigorous interdisciplinary study of human rights history, theory and practice, cultivating life-long learners and engaged citizens who have a deep and nuanced understanding of human rights. Read more about this year's seniors and their experiences in the program.
The Duke Human Rights Center conducts interviews with Duke alumni working in or completing further study in human rights. So far, students have interviewed six alumni: Alexandra Wisner, Maria Carnovale, Mariana Calvo, Isabella Szabolcs, Aayah El-Naggar, and Kyle Knight. Read more about them and their work and please reach out to the Center if you would like to be included in this list. You can also join our Duke Alumni in Human Rights LinkedIn group.