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Info Meeting: The 2021 Copenhagen Fellowship
Join our vitual information meeting on February 3, 2021 at 17.00 to learn more about the 2021 Copenhagen Fellowship.
Short Film: "How machines discriminate - facial recognition and the matrix of domination"
Landecker Fellow Nushin Yazdani recently published a short film with Jose Rojas entitled "How machines discriminate - facial recognition and the matrix of domination." The piece delves into the intricacies of facial recognition technology and the tangible consequences this artificial intelligence has on different identity groups.
The gap between stateless people and statelessness research
Landecker Fellow Christiana Bukalo published an article in the University of Melbourne Law school’s Critical Statelessness Studies Blog Series. In it, she describes closing the gap between Stateless People and Statelessness Research.
Podcast on Implicit Bias and Racism: Interview with Howard Ross Part II
Landecker Fellow Asha Shajahan recently released a special episode of her podcast Beaumont HouseCall entitled "Implicit Bias and Racism." The episode is part two of Asha's interview with Howard Ross.
Senior Fellow is appointed Representative Strickland's Communications Director
Senior Fellow Katrina Martell was recently hired as Representative Strickland's Communications Director.
Senior Fellow Jasmine Burton interviewed by Georgia Social Impact Collaborative
Senior Fellow Jasmine Burton was interviewed by Georgia Social Impact Collaborative about her journey as a social entrepreneur.
Oy Vey Acts: Remarks on the storming of the Capitol
Landecker Fellow Lievnath Faber has been updating the Oy Vey Acts facebook page to keep people updated about neo-Nazi and fascist movements that are present today.
Constitutional appeal against Saxon police law
Senior Fellow David Werdermann and his organization Gesellschaft für Freiheitsrechte (GFF) are pursuing a constitutional appeal against the reform of the Saxon police law. This law currently allows the police to monitor people before they commit any crime.
Humanity in Action selected as a Top Summer Fellowship of 2020
ProFellow has selected the Humanity in Action Fellowship as one of its Top 10 Summer Fellowships of 2020.
Humanity in Action Fellowship Named Among 10 Fellowships for Human Rights
Humanity in Action was named by Human Rights Careers among 10 of the top Fellowships for human rights.
Humanity in Action Fellowship Named among 5 Fellowships to Keep an Eye on
The Humanity in Action Fellowship has been named by College Magazine among five Fellowships to keep an eye on, joining the ranks of Fulbright, the Watson Fellowship and Princeton.