The Human Rights Program organizes dozens of events annually, ranging from formal lectures to brown bag lunches to workshops and panels. Speakers include advocates, scholars, government officials, community leaders, and policymakers. We often collaborate with students groups and other schools and programs on campus to sponsor events.
March 05, 2015
“Clinical Law Teaching”
What are the opportunities to become a clinical law professor? What does being a clinical law professor involve? What skills make someone well suited to be a clinical law professor? What type of profile and experience should students develop if they decide to go for a clinical law teaching career? Join us for a discussion with Tyler Giannini, Director of the Human Rights Program, and Lisa Dealy, HLS Assistant Dean for Clinical and Pro Bono Programs.
March 09, 2015
““The Role of African Women in the Post 2015 Development Agenda & Beijing +20”
The Human Rights Program, Urgent Action Fund–Africa, and the Ford Foundation-East Africa Office are convening a round table discussion on the role of African Women in the Post 2015 Development Agenda and the Beijing +20.
The two day meeting brings together approximately fifty African women leaders from across socio-economic and political arenas. They, and their US based counterparts, include women’s rights advocates, femocrats, academics, United Nations (UN) representatives, corporate & media professionals. They will share success stories, challenges, innovations, knowledge, history, to advance and cement women’s leadership as part of the 2015 global agenda for integration, development and social change.
The event is open to students, faculty, staff and community members.