Speaker: Andrea Ritchie (attorney, author, activist, and Researcher-in-Residence at the Barnard Center for Research on Women)
Date: Thursday, September 24th
The Institute, through its Indigenous Peoples Rights Program is pleased to collaborate with FIMI for the launch of the Global Study. This report will showcase some of the good practices led by Indigenous Women and how they are facing the remaining challenges globally.
Join us for a conversation with attorney Diala Shamas introduced by Rashid Khalidi.
Scholars and practitioners will discuss key barriers to voting rights and various tactics for ensuring the right vote. What are the main barriers to voting rights in the United States? What are some key successes and tactics for ensuring the right to vote?
The Institute for the Study of Human Rights is pleased to announce that, thanks to a Provost's grant, a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Indigenous Peoples Rights will be launched at the end of September/beginning of October 2020.
Presented by ISHR's Peacebuilding and Rights Program and Justice for Kurds.
-Thomas S. Kaplan, Chairman, Justice for Kurds
This panel will explore questions related to participation and civic education rights of youth and how youth engage in and influence elections.
For Zoom login information, please register here: http://bit.ly/election_youth
The panel will discuss:
- Migrant populations at risk of being left furthest behind and how a human rights approach can help mitigate these risks.
This webinar will explore the connections between the visual arts and human rights. Specifically, it will highlight how art has been used across several prominent human rights campaigns; from protest art to large-scale public installations.