wapppHKS"Movements don't just win because they have a mass uprising, but also that multiyear strategy where it's building capacity to create defections, either through persuasion or imposing direct costs, nonviolently, on loyalists," says HKS's @EricaChenowetht.co/EiFXZmIQcG
wapppHKSHarvard @Kennedy_School faculty analyze what the U.S. Supreme Court ruling ending constitutional protection for abortion means for civil rights, American democracy, law, and policy.
Kennedy_School“The decision also has potentially devastating implications for other rights, many longstanding and currently part of the social, historical, and moral fabric of America.”
—Sarah Wald (9/10)
Kennedy_SchoolRoe v. Wade has been overturned. What does that mean for America?
HKS faculty members analyze what the overturning of Roe v. Wade means for civil rights, American democracy, law, and policy. ⤵️ (1/10)
wapppHKSSarah Wald — Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy at @Kennedy_School — explores what other individual rights are threatened by the overturning of #RoeVWade, including access to contraception, interracial marriage, and same-sex partnerships. t.co/nByAZDBxOZ
wapppHKSHarvard Kennedy School Professor @rema_nadeem has launched an ambitious study of the thousands of social protection programs created around the world to mitigate the economic and social hardships of the COVID pandemic.
dorittaliaI have to write a blog as part of my summer funding from @wapppHKS - read my first post below if you're interested to learn about my research project and time in Uganda exploring variation in local health systems resilience during COVID.