Human Rights Speaker Series: Human Rights Education with Professor Monisha Bajaj
October 29 @ 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
About this Event
Human rights education is a global movement to address basic rights and broaden the respect for the dignity and freedom of all peoples through formal and non-formal education. In this talk, drawing on her two decades of experience as a scholar and practitioner, Professor Monisha Bajaj will discuss her recent books on the politics and possibilities of human rights education. Register here.
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October 29th: Human Rights Education. Register here.
November 30th: Refugee Youth, Citizenship Education and Exclusion from Public Schooling. Register here.