The above edited volume on a timely and often neglected area of human rights is published by Edward Elgar Publishing, with Fiana Gantheret, Nolwenn Guibert and Sofia Stolk as co-editors. Prof. Elsa Stamatopoulou of ISHR has included a chapter on The Human Rights of Artists.
Launch of Master Program in Indigenous Education and Development at Kathmandu University, School of Education from 3 to 4th May 2023.
This film screening is the first piece of a two-part event and will be followed by the Beyond Dystopia Roundtable on Saturday, April 29. (Separate event: more info here.)
Save the date for ISHR's annual End of Year Celebration. Join us for a social to celebrate the accomplishments of the 2023 graduating class and spend time with human rights students, faculty, and staff. Student speakers and fun surprises to be announced.
You are invited to attend, and/or apply to participate in the 2023 Human Rights Thesis Competition! UHRP and HRSMA students will hone their message and deliver compelling, 5-minute presentations pertaining to their thesis topics.
Baruch College's Black and Latinx studies Afrolatinidades present:
Teach-in: From La Sentencia to a Transnational Hispaniola
Curated by Professor Albert Garcia
A conversation with scholar-activists: