December 9, 2021

The Moral Presuppositions of Human Rights Discourse

Today everybody claims to be for human rights. People radically disagree, however, about what human rights there are. Can disagreements of this sort be adjudicated?
April 28, 2021

Students Meet with Prof. Robert George of Princeton University

Each semester, students pursuing their M.A. in Human Rights participate in lectures with experts in the field of human rights.
November 15, 2019

Robert George Discusses Dialogue, Consensus and the “New Natural Law” School

Students recently had the opportunity to meet with Robert George for an enriching discussion about his professional history as well as a whole range of issues including consensus between people with different belief systems; the importance of dialogue; and international efforts to protect human rights.