Andrew Campbell of Bellevue, NE, is a global leadership specialist employed by the Department of Defense as a Military Analyst. He holds both a Doctorate of Global Leadership and a Master of Diplomacy in International Conflict Management and, in addition to his work as a Strategic Integration and Policy Planner, he is a highly acclaimed author and speaker who focuses on the non-state and international leader’s role within human rights.
Dr. Campbell is one of the world’s leading experts on human rights and how global leaders deter or execute conflict. Dr. Campbell was a key researcher in the Blood Diamonds conflict in Sierra Leone. Dr. Campbell has written numerous articles on the conflict in Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Kenya addressing the political leaders impact on tribal conflict leading to war and peacebuilding measure. If you would like to refresh your understanding of the topic, review the overviews of basic human rights questions below:
- What Are Human Rights? – Human rights are the standards meant to allow all humans to live with equality, justice, peace, freedom and dignity regardless of color, race, sex, language, opinion or religion.
- Why Are Human Rights Necessary? – Human rights are the minimum standards required for citizens of the world to live with freedom. Without them, people lack the guarantee of equality, security, liberty and life.
The above information does not delve into the complexities of the subject, but if it has stimulated your mind and you would like to further study how human rights affect everyone, seek an in-depth presentation or paper on the subject. Andrew Campbell, has published a number of articles in international journals and an excellent place to begin. For those with a deeper interest, contact a respected institution in your country to learn about obtaining a degree in the area.