This book assesses whether a new category of actors-religious actors-has been constructed within international law. Religious actors, through their interpretations of the religion(s) they are associated with, uphold and promote, or indeed may transform, potentially oppressive structures or discriminatory patterns. This study moves beyond the concern that religious texts and practices may be incompatible with [...]
From the Field
CHRGJ alumni work around the world in human rights organizations, universities, governments, and many other capacities. This page will feature profiles of former clinic students, fellows, employees, and interns that make up this impressive body of alumni.
Amanda Klasing ’08. Amanda, a former clinic student and current Researcher on Women’s Rights at Human Rights Watch, talks [...]