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Read more at: COVID-19 Response in Africa
COVID-19 Response in Africa

COVID-19 Response in Africa

16 February 2021

RCCE: Perceptions, Misinformation, and Concerns in African Countries in the time of COVID-19 Sharath Srinivasan, CGHR Co-Director was an expert speaker for the READY weekly webinar on 29 April 2020. This webinar discusses the work CGHR is doing to understand the concerns, perceptions, misinformation and barriers to...


Read more at: The Justice of Visual Art: Creative State-Building in Times of Political Transition

The Justice of Visual Art: Creative State-Building in Times of Political Transition

18 January 2021

Dr Eliza Garnsey's new book, entitled The Justice of Visual Art: Creative State-Building in Times of Political Transition , has recently been published with Cambridge University Press. The book demonstrates that there are aesthetic and creative ways to pursue transitional justice — ways which have the capacity to address...


Read more at: CGHR Co-Directors Spoke at the 30th University of Cambridge Alumni Festival

CGHR Co-Directors Spoke at the 30th University of Cambridge Alumni Festival

9 November 2020

On 22 September CGHR Co-Directors Sharath Srinivasan and Ella McPherson joined a panel with Beth Singler and Luke church to discuss the state of technology and democracy around the world. If you missed the event, catch up by clicking below. image_09-11-2020_at_11.48.jpeg


Read more at: UN Human Rights Committee publishes interpretation on the right of peaceful assembly, supported by CGHR research

UN Human Rights Committee publishes interpretation on the right of peaceful assembly, supported by CGHR research

2 August 2020

The UN Human Rights Committee has recently published its official interpretation on the right of peaceful assembly (Article 21 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR)) in General Comment 37. Recent developments, including the COVID-19 pandemic and worldwide protests in support of Black Lives...


Read more at: Human Rights in the Digital Age: CGHR Practitioner Paper
Human Rights in the Digital Age: CGHR Practitioner Paper

Human Rights in the Digital Age: CGHR Practitioner Paper

10 March 2020

The Human Rights Center at the UC Berkeley School of Law launched its Human Rights Investigations Lab in Fall 2016 as a pilot project. The first university-based effort of its kind, the Lab trained a diverse cohort of undergraduate and graduate students in open source investigations.


Read more at: The Right of Peaceful Assembly Online: Research Pack
The Right of Peaceful Assembly Online: Research Pack

The Right of Peaceful Assembly Online: Research Pack

10 March 2020

This Research Pack on the right of peaceful assembly online, is the outcome of an interdisciplinary collaboration between staff and students at Cambridge's Centre of Governance and Human Rights and the University of East Anglia Law School.


Read more at: Book Launch - "Digital Witness: Using Open Source Information for Human Rights Investigation, Documentation and Accountability" (Oxford University Press, 2019)
Book Launch - "Digital Witness: Using Open Source Information for Human Rights Investigation, Documentation and Accountability" (Oxford University Press, 2019)

Book Launch - "Digital Witness: Using Open Source Information for Human Rights Investigation, Documentation and Accountability" (Oxford University Press, 2019)

25 January 2020

Thursday 27 February 2020, 12:30 - 14:00, Old Library, Pembroke College