Spring 2013

IDN News
An Interview with Scholar Adullahi An-Na’im

An Interview with Scholar Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im

Emory Professor Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im is an internationally recognized scholar of Islam and human rights, and human rights in cross-cultural perspectives. A Charles Howard Candler Professor of Law at Emory Law School, he teaches courses in human rights, religion and human rights, Islamic law, and criminal law...  >>

Disease Elimination and Eradication in Theory and Practice: New Directions and Multi-Disciplinary Collaborations

Disease Elimination and Eradication in Theory and Practice:
New Directions and Multi-Disciplinary Collaborations

At the end of April, IDN and the Emory College Program in Global Health, Culture, and Society, will convene scholars and practitioners who work on disease eradication, elimination...  >>

Human Rights Defenders Forum

Human Rights Defenders Forum

In 2000 President Carter quite publicly severed his ties with the Southern Baptist Convention, citing his disagreement with the organization’s views that women should be subservient to men and decrying their practice of excluding women from leadership roles. Nine years later... >>

Global Development—it’s all connected

Global Development—It’s All Connected

Behind the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Site in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood of Atlanta lie rows upon rows of garden beds, a greenhouse, and people of all ages digging in the dirt. This land is one of five community-supported agriculture (CSA) farms managed by the organization, Truly Living Well... >>

Emory in Ethiopia

Emory in Ethiopia

With Emory’s increasing involvement in global programs, Ethiopia has emerged as a strategic location for the University in Africa. With a population of approximately 85 million, it is the second most populous country on the continent. It is also one of the poorest nations in the world, ranked 174... >>