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.

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When did it become illegal to defend human rights?

By: Laurel E. Fletcher & Khalid Ibrahim

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

By: Laurel E. Fletcher

International groups should challenge themselves to invent new practice forms that disrupt old patterns that re-instantiate North-South power binaries.



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