Announcing the 2021 Recipients of the UCCHRE Human Rights in Higher Education Award
The University and College Consortium for Human Rights Education (UCCHRE) announced the winners of its first Human Rights in Higher Education Award, which recognizes an individual, organization, initiative, or publication for its outstanding contribution to human rights education. The recipients for 2021 are two distinguished journals in the field: the Human Rights Education Review and the International Journal of Human Rights Education. As editors-in-chief, Audrey Osler, Professor of Education at the University of South-Eastern Norway, and Monisha Bajaj, Professor of International and Multicultural Education at the University of San Francisco, will accept the award on behalf of their respective publications.
The first international award in human rights education, the Human Rights in Higher Education Award, promotes work that embodies human rights principles and practices in teaching, learning, research, policies, and practices. The University and College Consortium for Human Rights Education works to further human rights learning, research, policy, and practices within and across university and college communities through collaboration.
For more about Human Rights Education Review: https://humanrer.org/index.php/human/about
For more about the International Journal of Human Rights Education: https://repository.usfca.edu/ijhre