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About Meghan L. Morris

Meghan L. Morris is an Affiliated Researcher at Dejusticia, a human rights research center and human rights NGO based in Bogota, Colombia, and a Doctoral Candidate in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Chicago.

Meghan L. Morris es investigadora afiliada en Dejusticia, un centro de investigación sobre derechos humanos y ONG de derechos humanos con sede en Bogotá, Colombia, y estudiante de doctorado del Departamento de Antropología en la Universidad de Chicago.

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Let’s talk about religion

Many human rights advocates work with people and/or communities who believe in a God or gods, but few are actually talking about the specifics of those beliefs. Understanding the people and communities with whom they work, however, is the foundation of effective human rights practice. A contribution to the openGlobalRights debate, Religion and Human RightsEspañol

Hablemos sobre religión

Muchos defensores de derechos humanos trabajan con personas o comunidades que creen en un Dios o en varios dioses, pero pocos de ellos hablan realmente sobre los aspectos concretos de esas creencias. Sin embargo, entender a las personas y las comunidades con las que trabajan es la base de una práctica eficaz de derechos humanos. English

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