ISHR congratulates the following winners of the 2020 Human Rights Essay Contest:
Undergraduate Student Winners:
Noa Levy-Baron, General Studies, Essay title: "Art Therapy with Refugees:Overcoming Processes of Pathologization and Fostering Social Integration"
Lucienne Marie Paradis, General Studies, Essay title: "(Un)Dividing the Balkan City of Bridges: School Reform and Re-structuring in Post-Conflict Mostar as a Model of Positive Peace Building in Bosnia and Herzegovina"
Graduate Student Winners:
Cordelia Sannie Rochemont Drew, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Essay title: "Citizenship Jus Soli: A Comparative Analysis of Refugee Assimilation in Turkey and Colombia"
Kelly Rose Dudine, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Essay title: "Evaluation of Coercive Reproductive Policies as a Violation of International Human Rights Law"
The Contest aims to encourage and acknowledge students who have written exceptional academic papers that address issues related to human rights. Click here
for paper abstracts and past winners.