Many U.S. human rights non-government organizations, including the U.S. philanthropic sector, work on international human rights. The U.S. government now also partners with the private sector on human rights, both in the U.S. and internationally. This weekly series feature speakers to explore the pro’s and con’s of U.S. NGOs working on international human rights.
The Program on Human Rights is offering this speaker series as a 1-unit credit/non-credit course to undergraduate and graduate students. It is cross listed in POLISCI203, IPS271A, LAW782, MED225, and ETHICSOC15R. Attendance is required and a roster will be taken.