Panelists from Belarus, China, Iraq, Zimbabwe and Ethiopia at The Battle of Ideas Still Rages: Attacks on Academic Freedom in the 21st Century, sponsored by the Scholar Rescue Fund and ISHR, Sept. 2008.
2007 Human Rights Advocates, left to right: Zachary Norris, Elavarthi Manohar, Saeed Baloch, Priscila Rodriguez Bribiesca, Durrel Halleson, Sandeep Pattnaik, Sunthraporn Kestkaeo, Christian Mounzeo, Ly Pisey, John Caulker, Mónica Iris Jasis, and Choijamts Delgermaa.
The 2008 Human Rights Advocates, left to right: Anbu Sengo Arasi, Alex Rivera, Carolina Delgado, Peter Mulbah, Amalia Pulungan, and Roger Luhiriri.
The Advocates attend 2008 retreat for SIPA's Human Rights students.
The 2009 Human Rights Advocates, left to right: Mary Akrami, Karyn Kaplan, Florencia Ruiz, Anna Kirey, Nazibrola Janezashvili, Akinyi Ocholla, Evalyne Achan, Elsadig Elsheikh, and Ambika Paudel.
Rashid Khalidi, Alice Miller, Tiawan Gongloe, Oscar Vilhena Viera, and Peter Rosenblum at 25th Anniversary Conference, 2003.
Mostafa Khezry, Paul Martin, Louis Henkin, and Lee Bollinger at the 25th Anniversary of ISHR Gala, 2003.
Human Rights retreat Camp Candlewood, 2004.
2009 Advocate Evalyne Achan talks to teachers of the Lukome School in Uganda.
SIPA student Jelena Prosevski met with 2009 Advocate Nazibrola Janezashvili in Tbilisi, Georgia, as part of a SIPA workshop on anti-trafficking.
Professors Barkan, Ergas, and Martin meet with delegates from the National Human Rights Commission of Korea at ISHR on October 21, 2009
Dr. Simeon Evstatiev (center) and Paul Martin (far right) at the conference, Enhancing Christian-Muslim Understanding in Bulgaria, part of the CISP Project Religion and Education in collaboration with ISHR, 2005.
ISHR Associate Director Yasmine Ergas addresses Human Rights Defenders Roundtable participants, Nov. 2008.
2009 Advocate Evalyne Achan of Uganda monitors project at school in northern Uganda.The Price of Stones: Building a School for My Village.' style='width:450px; margin: 0 173px;' />
1996 Advocate Twesigye Jackson Kaguri and Barnard Professor J. Paul Martin after Kaguri's talk on his newly released book, The Price of Stones: Building a School for My Village.