Alumni News at the Institute

Thursday, March 24, 2022

IraQueer, Iraq’s first national LGBT+ organization founded by alumni Amir Ashour, has launched a new report in collaboration with Human Rights Watch. The report is titled "Iraq: Impunity for Violence Against LGBT People." Click here to access the full report.

Saadia Khan
Monday, March 14, 2022

Saadia Khan holds a Master's in Human Rights Studies and is the creator and host of the podcast Immigrantly. Being a first-generation Pakistani-American and Muslim woman, Saadia brings to the table a unique perspective on immigration, motherhood, multiculturalism, and more. She is committed to conversations that call into question our assumptions about immigrants, including ways in which interpersonal and institutional forces impact their portrayal and reception. 

Monday, October 4, 2021
Alum Trisha Mukherjee, CC '21, co-created the podcast People • Place • Power with Benjamin Swift (Colorado College).
Wednesday, February 3, 2021

Anoush Baghdassarian, M.A. in human rights alumna, is currently working on a number of justice efforts for the Armenian population of the Republic of Artsakh.

Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Sarah Tucker completed her Master’s Degree in Human Rights Studies, concentrating in disability and digital rights. As a disabled woman working in tech, Sarah has a unique perspective on how modern digital tools are used to harm disabled people by silencing their voices and further excluding them from society.

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