ISRAEL AT WAR - DAY 147

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From the Hartman InstitutePromoted podcast

The Evolution of Human Rights

Yehuda Kurtzer is joined by Yehudah Mirsky for a master class on the trajectory, impact, and underlying values of the human rights discourse at times of war

Eleanor Roosevelt reads the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1949  (FDR Presidential Library & Museum, CC BY 2.0, Wikipedia)
Eleanor Roosevelt reads the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1949 (FDR Presidential Library & Museum, CC BY 2.0, Wikipedia)

How do we address the devastating intersection of legitimate war and human rights catastrophe? Yehuda Kurtzer is joined by Yehudah Mirsky, professor, author, and former special advisor to the US State Department Human Rights Bureau, for a master class on the trajectory, impact, and underlying values of the human rights discourse. They explore what shapes our understanding and assumptions of human rights and where liberal, universalist ideals overlap with Zionism, Jewishness, and Jewish values on the world stage today.

Identity/Crisis is a weekly podcast from the Shalom Hartman Institute about news and ideas.

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