Adjunct Professor and Founder of the Center for Human Rights and International Affairs
Matthew Daniels, J.D., Ph.D. was raised by a single mother in a section of Spanish Harlem with the highest rate of violent crime in New York City. When Dr. Daniels was eight years old, his mother was the victim of a serious violent crime that left her partially disabled. She went on welfare and remained on a welfare income for the remainder of her life.
After attending inner-city public schools in New York City, Daniels received a full scholarship to Dartmouth College where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 1985. He later received a Public Interest Law Scholarship to the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he obtained both his law degree and a Masters in Public Administration. He was subsequently awarded a doctoral fellowship in American Politics to study judicial policymaking and the rule of law at Brandeis University.
Dr. Daniels is the founder of Good of All (www.goodofall.org) a global public education movement committed to using digital and social media to promote the universal human rights. In addition to being an Adjunct Professor and Founder of the Center for Human Rights and International Affairs at IWP, he is the Founder & Co-Director of the Center for Law and Digital Culture at Brunel Law School in London, England. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Handong International Law School in Pohang, South Korea.