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  • Human Rights Abuses in an MA prison: Interview with Patty DeJuneas October 13, 2020
    On January 10, 2020, three correctional officers at Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center (SBCC) in Shirley, MA were injured following an attack during which a group of an incarcerated people punched and kicked them. The incident is captured on videotape–and it clearly shows three officers suffering a seriously beating. Those directly involved in the fight were promptly […]
    Bridget Conley
  • Nobel Prize Adds Momentum to the Movement to End Starvation Crimes October 9, 2020
    Award granted to World Food Programme today signals that using starvation as a weapon of war is no longer tolerable. Boston, MA/The Hague, The Netherlands – October 9, 2020 – Global Rights Compliance (GRC) and the World Peace Foundation (WPF) at The Fletcher School (Tufts University), partners in the project “Accountability for Starvation: Testing [...] […]
    Bridget Conley

Featured Post

A domestic turn: Interview with Adrienne Klein on COVID 19 in NYC

Research Director, Bridget Conley speaks with Adrienne Klein, a Fletcher graduate about time she spent working in a makeshift morgue in New York City. 

News & Media

BBC News | October 9, 2020

With Sudan in desperate straits the US administration and Israeli government have seen an opportunity.

AL JAZEERA Inside Story | September 1, 2020

Will the latest peace deal in Sudan last?
WPF Executive Director Alex de Waal joins panelists Jamelah Ahmed and Cameron Hudson to discuss the historic peace deal between the transitional government and rebels.

BBC News | April 15, 2020

Many African countries introduced lockdowns to halt the spread of coronavirus. Alex de Waal & Paul Richards argue, ordinary people should be involved in choosing solutions.

BBC Real Story | April 10, 2020

Alex de Waal joins a panel of experts to discuss Africa's response to the COVID19 pandemic.

BOSTON REVIEW | April 3, 2020

"With each new pandemic it is tempting to scour history books for parallels and lessons learned" 

FOREIGN POLICY | April 2, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic arrived relatively late to Africa, but the early responses from some African countries have been chaotic and violent.