Duke Human Rights Center at the Kenan Institute of Ethics
Growing up, Judith Kelley didn’t come from a privileged background. “In Denmark, that’s all relative,” she says, “because we have a very good social network and so nobody goes hungry or anything like this. We don’t have a lot of inequality, but my family never had a car and my parents didn’t go to high school.”
*Kelley will be moderating a workshop on human trafficking in Spring 2014 as part of the Conversations in Human Rights series.