Carr Center for Human Rights Policy

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The Carr Center for Human Rights Policy says its mission is "to train future leaders for careers in public service and to apply first-class research to the solution of public policy problems. Our research, teaching and writing are guided by a commitment to make human rights principles central to the formulation of good public policy in United States and throughout the world.

"Since its founding in 1999 through a gift from Kennedy School alumnus Greg Carr, the Center has developed a unique focus of expertise on the most dangerous and intractable human rights challenges of the new century, including genocide, mass atrocity, state failure and the ethics and politics of military intervention." [1]

Part of Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Major supporters

2004/05 Annual Report pdf

The Schooner Foundation, Carnegie Foundation, Ford Foundation, McCormick Tribune Foundation, Sydney and June Barrows Foundation, Alchemy Foundation, Kathy and Gary Anderson, Greg Carr, John L. Eastman, Gail Furman, Tsutomu Kanase, Tristin and Martin Mannion, Robert McKeon, Sheila and James Mossman, Cynthia Ryan, and Vincent Ryan are listed in their 2003 / 2004 annual report. 2003/04

According to their [ 2002/03 Annual Report, supporters included Fabbio Cappon, Carnegie Corporation of New York, Gregory C. Carr, Center for Public Leadership, Ford Foundation, Gail Furman, Norman and Rosita Winston Foundation, and Reebok Foundation.


2006 / 2007

Source (bios)

Carr Center, Former Fellows

Former staff

According to their 2004/05 Annual Report:

According to their 2003/04 Annual Report Michelle Greene "replaced Samantha Power in 2002 as Executive Director of the Carr Center."

Carr Center advisory board


According to their 2003/04 Annual Report the members were Vincent Ryan, Chair, Greg Carr, Gail Furman, Robert McKeon, Cynthia Ryan.



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