Human Rights

According to the United Nations, the "right to development" is an inalienable human right that entitles all people to participate in, contribute to, and enjoy economic, social, cultural, and political development.

How can we create a peaceful and prosperous future where all people enjoy the right to development? Governments, civil society, the private sector, and individuals all have a role in contributing to economic equality, sustainable consumption, justice, and peace.

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Yemen’s War is a Humanitarian Disaster that Must Be Resolved
In Defense of U.S. Foreign Aid: Examples from South Asia

Lyn Boyd-Judson

Director, Levan Institute for Humanities & Ethics, USC

Eliane Fersan

Strategist, Catalyst, Consultant; Middle East & North Africa, Civil Society Expert

Ann Strimov Durbin

Director, Advocacy and Grantmaking, Jewish World Watch

Rajika Shah

Deputy Director, Center for the Study of Law and Genocide, Loyola Law School

Kimberly Marteau Emerson

Principal, KME Consulting & Board of Directors, Human Rights Watch

Samuel Lau

Senior Security Analyst at World Vision International
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