September 2, 2022

A Fitting Introduction to Human Rights

Students meet with Peter Pin and discuss his human rights work in West Papua.
May 2, 2022

Inspiration and a Wakeup Call with Chen Guangcheng

Students meet with Peter Pin and discuss his human rights work in West Papua.
April 19, 2022

Peter Pin’s Human Rights work in West Papua

Students meet with Peter Pin and discuss his human rights work in West Papua.
April 19, 2022

Presentation by Dr. Yuri Mantilla

Students meet with Yuri Mantilla.
March 29, 2022

A true “daughter of the Church”

Students meet with Helen Alvaré.
February 23, 2022

An Expert in Humanity

A little over a month before the annual March for Life, the human rights cohort had the great privilege of meeting its president, Jeanne Mancini.
February 23, 2022

Reflecting on Human Rights Since World War II

A little over a month before the annual March for Life, the human rights cohort had the great privilege of meeting its president, Jeanne Mancini.
May 8, 2020

Amid a Pandemic, the American Spirit Prevails

IHE Director of Research and Planning, Emmett McGroarty, addresses why greater centralization and larger bureaucracy lead to a lack of accountability and widen the distance between government and its constituents. While reliance on experts is a necessary part of dealing with a crisis, such as COVID-19, this reliance cannot be an excuse for ignoring the normal system of check and balances, which keep the government tethered to the people.
May 8, 2020

Saint Thomas Aquinas and Adam Smith in a Time of Pandemic

A recent panel discussion, hosted by the Institute for Human Ecology and the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, shows how using both economics and theology can help us better advance the common good.