Dana Dyer L’22 has authored a trailblazing report shining a light on how AI contributes to racial bias in hiring processes for Black educators.
Veda Handa LLM’22 shares her reflections on the Spring 2022 “Policy Lab on AI and Implicit Bias” with Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis.
From pathbreaking coursework to pro bono advocacy, students at the Law School engage meaningfully in the fight to advance women’s rights, both locally and around the world.
Rangita de Silva de Alwis and Perry House Executive Director LaShawn R. Jefferson discuss the UN bill of rights for women
LaShawn R. Jefferson, Executive Director of Perry World House (left) joined Rangita de Silva de Alwis, Associate Dean of International Affairs of the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, in a conversation on global women’s rights.
For Solbraekke, the interdisciplinary philanthropy program offers a chance to test and flex her leadership skills.
The 2022 GIHR will be held in late May through early June, and applications are now being accepted through April 29.
Simone Hunter-Hobson L’23 calls on the legal community to prioritize Black women’s health in new report
The work is part of a longer report entitled “A Place at the Table,” written by students in Professor Rangita de Silva de Alwis’s “Women, Law, and Leadership” class.
‘Women, Law, and Leadership’ students advocate for change during ’16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence’
Student leaders from across the globe joined delivered remarks on the vital status of women’s rights activism today.
Rangita de Silva de Alwis moderates discussion of Wanji Walcott and David Wilkins on the changing legal profession: Harvard Law School CLP
De Silva de Alwis explains why there has been an increase in marriages of underage girls in Afghanistan and what could be done to improve girls’ lives.
Blair discussed Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, which works with “challenging stereotypes holding women entrepreneurs back from success and equality.”
2021 Global Institute for Human Rights’ Hackathon aimed to build a more equal and sustainable post-COVID-19 world
The 2021 Global Institute for Human Rights - Build Back Better focused on generating novel approaches to address human rights challenges during a global pandemic.