When: Friday, March 27 Time: 1:00 am – 2:00 pm EST Where: Online Webinar Cost: FREE
Description: As many colleges and universities have had to abruptly turn to online teaching for the remainder of the semester, this webinar will focus on teaching human rights online. The webinar offers an opportunity to come together as a community to share stories of resilience, address challenges, and share human rights specific resources.
To that end, we have also created a google doc for all of us to share resources for teaching human rights. Please feel free to add to it as it is a work in progress.
Webinar call-in info: Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/8058978214 Or iPhone one-tap: US: +16468769923,,8058978214# or +16699006833,,8058978214# Or Telephone: US: +1 646 876 9923 or +1 669 900 6833 Meeting ID: 805 897 8214 International numbers available: https://zoom.us/u/CaYPc
HRE USA is excited to attend the upcoming National Council for Social Studies Conference in Austin, Texas from November 22-24, 2019.
VISIT BOOTH #718
Come find us at at booth #718. Stop by to check out our free resources including posters, human rights booklets, and see the winning art from our recent human rights poster contest.
Attend an HRE USA Event
HRE USA members and founders are leading multiple workshops and poster sessions. We are also co-hosting a reception with the NCSS HRE Community. Check out the events below:
A CALL TO ACTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD Friday, November 22 9:50 am to 10:45 am|Ballroom A Level 1 Join educators and youth leaders to celebrate the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and explore a toolkit and curriculum resources to take action in local communities. Presenters: Page Hersey, Touro University California; Kristi Rudelius-Palmer, HRE-USA; Glenn Mitoma, University of Connecticut; George Holden, Southern Methodist University
COMMUNITY SHOWCASE Friday, November 22, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm& Saturday, 11:35 am to 12:35 pm| Ballroom Pre-function Area, Level 4 The NCSS Human Rights Education Community will participate in both Community Showcases held over the lunch hour on Friday and Saturday, The Community Showcases provide an opportunity to meet leaders within NCSS and HRE USA who are promoting human rights education on a national level. Get the latest updates from the HRE Community, classroom materials, and links to HRE resources.
NCSS HRE COMMUNITY BUSINESS MEETING Saturday, November 23, 9:35 am to 10:30 am | Room 309, 3rd Floor, Marriott The NCSS Human Rights Education Community will hold its business meeting at this time. All conference attendees who are interested in human rights education are strongly encouraged to attend. They are looking for active members and community leaders – to help plan how to build awareness of human rights in our schools and communities, especially human rights affecting children and begin preparations for NCSS 2020.
HUMAN RIGHTS AT THE U.S./MEXICO BORDER: LEGAL CHALLENGES & HUMAN COSTS Saturday, November 23, 3:05 pm to 4:00 pm|Ballroom F Level 4 Human rights and humanitarian laws call on governments to protect children regardless of their civil status. Yet child refugees, migrant children and children living in immigrant families threatened with deportation continue to experience physical and psychological trauma. What are the consequences–for the children, their families and our national integrity? What lessons are being taught and learned along the border? Presenters: Luiz Zayas, Dean, University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work; Robert Lee Sutherland, Chair in Mental Health and Social Policy; Elissa Steglich, Professor of Immigration Law, University of Texas at Austin School of Law.Sponsored by the NCSS HRE Community.
NCSSHUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION COMMUNITY RECEPTION Saturday, November 23, 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm| Level 3 Room 5c oin Human Rights Educators USA and the NCSS Human Rights Education Community at their annual reception. Meet and greet with our honorees, speakers, guests. Free light refreshments and no-host bar.
The reception will recognize and honor the Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice at University of Texas at Austin.
HRE @ NCSS 2019 GUIDE As you are filling out your schedule of “can’t miss” presentations and programs at NCSS 2019, please check out this guide to the human rights-related presentations put together by NCSS Human Rights Education Community Chair, Rosemary Blanchard.
As part of the Every Child, Every Right Campaignin celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), HRE USA invites you to upload and share a short video answering the question:
Why is the CRC important to you and/or your community? or What actions are you and/or your community taking to support the CRC?
Please share any thoughts, actions, or ideas that will inspire others to promote children’s rights! Videos should be no longer than 2 minutes.
When: Wednesday, October 30 Time: 1:00 am – 2:00 pm EST Where: Online Webinar Cost: FREE
Description: When should individual educators or educational institutions speak out regarding human rights issues? Does your institution/human rights center have guidelines in place? Do you as an individual have a set of standards you consider when making these decisions? We will hear from 2-3 individuals from different universities and then open the webinar up for discussion.
If you are interested in participating as a featured presenter, please contact us at UCCHRE@gmail.com.
Call-in Information: Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/8058978214 Or iPhone one-tap: US: +16468769923,,8058978214# or +16699006833,,8058978214# Or Telephone: US: +1 646 876 9923 or +1 669 900 6833 Meeting ID: 805 897 8214 International numbers available: https://zoom.us/u/CaYPc
Date: Saturday, November 2nd Time: 5:00-7:30 pm Location: University of San Francisco, 2350 Turk Blvd., School of Education, Room 119, San Francisco, CA
The HRE USA regional representatives in Northern California are hosting a reception to celebrate the launch of the 3rd Issue of the International Journal of Human Rights Education (IJHRE) at the University of San Francisco. If you live near the area please come by to meet and mingle with fellow HRE USA members and human rights education enthusiasts.
The International Journal of Human Rights Education is an independent, double-blind, peer-reviewed, open-access, online journal dedicated to the examination of the theory, philosophy, research, and praxis central to the field of human rights education. This journal seeks to be a central location for critical thought in the field as it continues to expand.
At the intersection of global citizenship education and media innovation, SIMA celebrates educators and students using this pivotal space as a catalyst for change. The annual SIMA Teacher Award will honor one exceptional teacher who has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to utilizing social impact media as a springboard for global education and meaningful community engagement.
The Awarded teacher will receive lifetime access to SIMA Classroom, a permanent feature on the SIMA Classroom website, and a 12-day educator tour to Qatar (all-expenses paid) provided by Qatar Foundation International.
The core values of HRE USA and its partner organizations include transparency and critical thinking skills. We believe that human rights--and human rights education--belong to everyone, and that the full realization of human rights means that access to human rights education materials must never be conditioned upon the subscription to any particular religious faith, ideology, political affiliation, or membership in any particular organization and that any organizational connections should be openly acknowledged.