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FRIAS Lecture Series - Gerald L. Neuman

Prof. Gerald L. Neuman
Law, Harvard University Cambridge
Lecture Series recorded on June 8, 2021

Protecting Human Rights from Exclusionary Populism After Trump

Exclusionary populism threatens the human rights of the excluded, but also poses danger for the majority and undermines the international human rights regime, especially as populists gain power in countries that were key supporters.  Human rights tribunals and rights-respecting governments – which now include the United States – need to respond to these dangers, by focusing not on populism as such, but on specific violations that populism leads to, and on those violations that have contributed to the rise of populism.