Sign up for this FREE webinar with Shelley Inglis, Executive Director of the Human Rights Center, University of Dayton.
Title: Experiential Learning in Human Rights Education
The webinar will explore the role of experiential learning in human rights higher education. Principles of experiential learning and specific examples of its application in the context of human rights internationally and nationally from the University of Dayton will be outlined. After a presentation of this emerging methodology and insights from these experiences, the discussion will focus on exchanging approaches, methods and lessons learned from other Universities and contexts.
Shelley Inglis is the Executive Director of the Human Rights Center and Research Professor of Human Rights and Law at the University of Dayton. She comes from the United Nations Development Programme where she held various management positions working on peacebuilding, democratic governance, rule of law and human rights and the Sustainable Development Agenda at headquarters in New York and regionally based in Istanbul, Turkey.
Sponsored by the University & College Consortium for Human Rights Education