WOMXN’S GATHERING

EVENT DETAILS: 
When: Saturday, March 7
Time: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Where: Puente Human Rights Movement, 1937 W Adams St, Phoenix, AZ
Cost: $15-$50

WOMXN’S GATHERING//MUJERXS ENCUENTRO//U’UVĬ JENIG

Grassroots organizations Puente Human Rights Movement, Indigenous Peoples Day Arizona, and the US Human Rights Network are coming together with fellow activists, thought leaders, and healers to present the first WOMXN’S GATHERING//MUJERXS ENCUENTRO//U’UVĬ JENIG (collective gathering) in March 2020, on the theme “Reclaiming the Matriarch” in Phoenix, Arizona. Our collective gathering reveres womanhood and matriarchal power as the way forward on the path to decolonization. 

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Webinar: HRE USA 101

EVENT DETAILS: 
When: Monday, March 9
Time:  8 pm – 9 pm
Where: Zoom Webinar
Cost: FREE

CALLING ALL NEW AND RETURNING MEMBERS!!

Want to know more about the Human Rights Educators USA network?

Join members of the HRE USA leadership and Steering Committee for this introductory webinar to learn more about our organization, what we do, and how you can get involved.


To join the webinar, please follow the link or call-in information below:

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Meeting ID: 415 681 3968

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Join the Human Rights Movement

HAPPY HUMAN RIGHTS DAY

At HRE USA we believe human rights education is key to ensuring a future in which all people’s rights are respected, protected, and fulfilled. 

Please consider supporting HRE USA today by becoming a member and joining the hundreds of individuals and organizations across the country who are united in the common mission to promote human dignity, justice, and peace through human rights education (HRE) within the United States.

Your tax-deductible annual membership contribution enables us to advocate for and further develop programming that supports human rights education across the United States. As an individual or organizational member, you have access to exclusive benefits including a FREE HRE Resource Pack, discounts, webinars, professional development, and more. 

Join today and receive an extra two months of membership for free!  

EVERYONE HAS THE RIGHT TO KNOW THEIR RIGHTS.

Already a member? Consider making a 100% tax-deductible donation today to help us ensure that everyone has the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills, and values to fully exercise and protect the human rights of themselves and others.

We cannot do this work without YOU!

Thank you for all that you do to support human rights education and on behalf of everyone here at HRE USA, HAPPY HUMAN RIGHTS DAY!

HRE USA Honors Human Rights Watch Student Task Force

Human Rights Educators USA honors Human Right Watch’s LA-based Student Task Force (STF) with a special Youth Engagement Recognition. The youth leadership-training program, which engages high school students and educators from the Los Angeles area and empowers them to advocate for human rights issues, celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.

Human Rights Educators USA (HRE USA), a national network promoting human rights education in the United States, makes this award in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. HRE USA recognizes STF’s leadership in the promotion of children’s rights and its youth activism locally, nationally, and internationally. As STF Founder and Executive Director Pam Bruns said, “This recognition will mean so much to our teachers and students. It is a strong affirmation of our mission and the dedicated work by our LA youth.”

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Show Your Support For Children’s Rights!

As part of the Every Child, Every Right Campaign in 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.

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Webinar – Speaking Out As A Human Rights Educator

EVENT DETAILS: 

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.  

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Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/8058978214
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Meeting ID: 805 897 8214
International numbers available: https://zoom.us/u/CaYPc

Participate in Unity Day to Stop Bullying

Unity Day is October 23, 2019Unity Day is the signature event of National Bullying Prevention Month, a day to wear and share orange uniting for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. 

In-person bullying and cyberbullying continue to be serious, and potentially life-threatening for children and teenagers. PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center offers a wide variety of resources for educators to in turn offer assistance to students to create an environment where students feel included, involved and invested.

K-12 educators can register to receive free online bullying prevention resources. These resources are designed for weekly presentations in a classroom or community setting, can be delivered with flexible timeframes and under 20 minutes, have new themes and lessons every month, and the easy-to-use and navigate resources are designated for elementary, middle school, and high school students. These resources are also available on mobile devices so educators can access them anywhere they go on smartphones and tablets.

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