Our teams have worked on human rights issues in the United States, Brazil, Panama, Pakistan, Bolivia, Tanzania, and Cambodia, among others.
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Resisting Reform: Recommendations from the Clinic’s Report on OPD ReformDecember 13, 2013 · 0 Comments
The Stanford Law School International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic would like to thank everyone who provided their opinions, recommendations, and ideas at our event at Laney College on Thursday, December 12. We appreciate the time and assistance of so many community members, including our panelists, organizers, and participants, and we hope everyone found
Resisting Reform: General CommentsDecember 13, 2013 · 0 Comments
Thank you for providing input on our recommendations! If you have any comments not tied to a specific recommendation, concerns, or questions, please feel free to use the space below.
Community Recommendation 1: Find Creative and Non-violent Ways to Express Community ValuesDecember 13, 2013 · 0 Comments
Recommendation: Find creative and non-violent ways to express community values and ideas, and stay involved The final recommendation is directed at the citizenry of Oakland as a whole. The history of social movements—and the history of Oakland itself—suggests that no institution left to its own devices will ever promote lasting change without the support of
California Mutual Aid Reform 1: Allow for Greater Department Discretion and Officer AccountabilityDecember 13, 2013 · 0 Comments
Recommendation: California’s Mutual Aid system needs to be reformed to allow for greater department discretion and officer accountability Oakland’s reliance on the Mutual Aid System contributed to the breakdown in police professionalism at some of the Occupy Oakland protests. Mutual aid officers came to Oakland poorly briefed on the city’s Crowd Control Policy, and primed