Laurel E. Fletcher
Laurel E. Fletcher is a professor at Berkeley Law School where she is a faculty director of the Miller Institute for Global Challenges and the Law and co-director of the International Human Rights Clinic.Espanol |
When did it become illegal to defend human rights?
In the age of the internet, online human rights activism needs to be supported—and protected—as a vital part of the cybercommunications ecosystem.
The international human rights imaginary and the international human rights movement
International groups should challenge themselves to invent new practice forms that disrupt old patterns that re-instantiate North-South power binaries.