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"Perhaps no time since the 1940s, when Charles Malik was one of the premier Christian intellectual voices in the aftermath of the Second World War, have his insights into human freedom been more important. At a moment of cultural crisis in the West, the need for Christian leaders and statesmen is beyond urgent—and Malik and his legacy point the way forward. This makes the work of the Charles Malik Institute essential: Indeed, it is hard to conceive of intellectual and spiritual renewal along the lines that Malik envisioned without it."
- Joseph Loconte, PhD
Distinguished Visiting Professor at Grove City College, Pennsylvania, and Senior Fellow at the Institute on Religion and Democracy.
"Thanks to the Charles Malik Institute, the works of one of the greatest 20th-century thinkers and statesmen are beginning to be more widely known. Malik’s thought, far ahead of its time, is highly relevant to today’s multipolar world. A leading figure in the early UN, he played a crucial role in the framing of the cornerstone of today’s international human rights system, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and was a respected mediator between East and West, North and South."
- Mary Ann Glendon
Learned Hand Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and a former United States Ambassador to the Holy See.
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