Saudi Arabia’s Unpredictable Future

Saudi Arabia’s Unpredictable Future(Dr. Ali Alyami, January 8, 2020) About the speaker Dr. Ali Alyami is the founder and Executive Director of the Center for Democracy and Human Rights in Saudi Arabia, based in Washington, D. C. He is a native of … Continue reading



Chen Guangcheng: Civil Rights in China

Watch his speaker playlist About the speaker Chen Guangcheng is a blind Chinese civil rights activist, known internationally as “the barefoot lawyer.” Blind since infancy, illiterate until his late teens, he taught himself law and became a fierce advocate for … Continue reading



What are the Prospects for Real Reform in Saudi Arabia?

Watch his speaker playlist Mansour Al-Hadj is the director of the Middle East Media Research Institute‘s (MEMRI) Reform Project. Before joining MEMRI, Al-Hadj was the senior reporter for AAFAQ Magazine, an Arabic news website that focuses on Reform and Human Rights … Continue reading



Suzanne Scholte (English language transcript)

Watch her speaker playlist Transcript Robert R. Reilly: We are very pleased to have our distinguished speaker tonight Suzanne Scholte who’s had a multifaceted career. Since this is a bipartisan audience I won’t mention every aspect of it but as … Continue reading



The Battle for Human Rights in North Korea: Is There Any Hope?

About the speaker Suzanne K. Scholte is one of the world’s leading activists in the North Korea human rights movement having worked for over 18 years to promote the freedom, human rights and dignity of the North Korean people. Scholte … Continue reading