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The Work We Do on the Mexico-U.S. Border at Nogales

Nov 10 2017 | |

The panelists describe current conditions, opportunities, and challenges for development of cross-border programs and community partnerships at Nogales.

Evaluating Activism, Creating a Legacy for Change

Oct 31 2017 | |

Annette Gardner, PhD, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Philip R.

LGBTI Refugees: Vulnerability and Resilience Event

Oct 26 2017 | |

Violence against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex (LGBTI) and other sexual/gender minorities increases during war and conflict, in post-conflict settings, and during political transiti

Inside Syria: What Happens to Those Left Behind?

Oct 26 2017 | |

We often hear about Refugees that have fled Syria. But what about those who were left behind? More than 600,000 Syrians live under seige.

2016-2017 Annual Report, Handa Center

Jul 1 2017 | |

The past academic year has seen important developments for the Handa Center, both on the Stanford campus and beyond.

Handa Center Brochure

Jun 30 2017 | |

The Prosecution of Hissène Habré: A Victim-Centered Approach to International Justice

May 8 2017 | |

Reed Brody, human rights lawyer and recent counsel to victims at the Extraordinary African Chambers, gave the Handa Center Annual Public Lecture in Human Rights, The Prosecution of Hissène Habré: A

The Ethics of Humanitarian Field Work

May 2 2017 | |

Drawing on her extensive field experience, Dr.

Trying to Right Wrongs: Stanford Magazine Article

May 1 2017 | |

The Stanford alumni magazine featured the Handa Center in its May/June 2017 issue.

Trying to Right Wrongs 

Refugees Welcome

Apr 25 2017 | |

Late last year, something intriguing was happening: thousands of Canadian citizens were essentially adopting Syrian refugees.

From the Classroom Into the World

Apr 17 2017 | |

Stanford News Service did a feature article about the Handa Center's internships in Cambodia, highlighting how students apply their coursework and theories in international justice on the ground.

Stanford students explore the sights and sounds of Cambodia

Apr 17 2017 | Cambodia |

While away from their Gloabl Studies internships with the WSD Handa Center for Human Rights and International Justice, Stanford students spend their time experiencing all that Phnom Penh has

Stanford students experience life-changing internships in Cambodia

Apr 17 2017 | Cambodia |
As part of the Global studies internship program, students spent the summer working for Stanford's WSD Handa Center for Human Rights and International Justice at the Extraordinary Chambers in the

Stanford's Handa Center promotes human rights across the globe

Apr 17 2017 | Cambodia |
The Handa Center equips a new generation of leaders with the knowledge and skills necessary to protect and promote human rights and dignity for all.

Time to Speak Out: Episode 6

This is the sixth and final episode of ‘Time to Speak Out’, a six-part television series (with English subtitles).

Time to Speak Out: Episode 5

This is the fifth episode of ‘Time to Speak Out’, a six-part television series (with English subtitles).

Refugee Response and a Call to Action

Jan 13 2017 | |

Stanford's Handa Center, Haas Center for Public Service, Markaz Resource Center, and Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies, and the Northern California Peace Corps Association were pleased to have spon

Time to Speak Out: Episode 4

This is the fourth episode of ‘Time to Speak Out’, a six-part television series (with English subtitles).

Time to Speak Out: Episode 3

This is the third episode of ‘Time to Speak Out’, a six-part television series (with English subtitles).

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