The sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and girls around the world continue to progress, despite fundamentalist and political backlash, and other threats.
As the protracted and chaotic conflict in Syria continues into its fifth year, Syrians of all backgrounds are being subjected to gross human rights violations.
Stanford University's WSD HANDA Center for Human Rights and International Justice hosts Kate Cronin-Furman, Bhavani Fonseka, and Beth Van Schaack to explore the range of options available to the go
The WSD Handa Center for Human Rights and International Justice along with the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research were pleased to host a panel discussion on The Rise of ASEAN and the F
The WSD HANDA Center for Human Rights and International Justice along with the Haas Center for Public Service presented Human Rights in Community: Methods and Ethics Featuring Human Rights Watch's
The WSD HANDA Center for Human Rights and International Justice presented five-time Olympic Gold Medalist Ian Thorpe discussing "The Responsibility of Success" on Friday, May 6, 2016.
Just months after the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda ( ICTR) concluded operations in Arusha and 22 years after the Rwandan genocide, scholars and practitioners reflect on the court’s le
The Handa Center and Stanford Law School's Center for Internet and Society are pleased to present: Companies, Consumers, and the State: Defining Private Industry's Obligation to Protect Privacy
Having made landmark contributions to the development of international criminal law, Judge Fausto Poca addresses the future of the international justice enterprise at a critical juncture.
Legal and medical experts from Stanford’s Human Rights in Trauma Mental Health Laboratory discuss the legal applications of psychiatric research on the mental health effects of human rights abuses.
Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor Tom Malinowski, the U.S. government’s lead human rights official, delivered the Handa Center's annual human rights lecture.
International criminal trials often take place in politically charged environments, especially if they concern political or military leaders and address violence between differen