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To identify a contemporary authoritarian regime, we can start by asking what Hungary and Brazil have in common.
Friday, March 13, 2020
By Belinda Cooper
Tuesday, February 4, 2020
MY WAR CRIMINAL
Personal Encounters With an Architect of Genocide
By Jessica Stern
Shibanee Sivanayagam
Thursday, September 12, 2019
ISHR congratulates Shibanee Sivanayagam on the upcoming launch of ADI MAGAZINE, a new quarterly literary journal on policy and global affairs. Shibanee is part of a small team led by Nimmi Gowrinathan that has been working to address the disconnect between the policy world and the populations who feel their impact most deeply.
A new paper by ISHR Instructor Daniella Ikawa
Monday, May 8, 2017

Daniela Ikawa, an instructor with ISHR, recently published a paper titled Building Pluralism Through Affirmative Action in Brazil: The Case for Education that examines changes in Brazil's national identity in regards to race and the resulting affirmative action programs. Read the brief description below:

RightsViews blog by Professor Joseph Chuman
Tuesday, February 28, 2017

In a new RightsViews blog, Professor Joseph Chuman calls for a more robust enunciation of human rights in the face of rising illiberalism. Chuman asserts that respect for the dignity of human beings is the heart of the human rights program.

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