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Human Rights Clinic

Human Rights Clinic Starting in September 2014, the Human Rights Research and Education Centre (HRREC) will run a Human Rights Clinic and invites graduate and undergraduate students to develop their knowledge and acquire new skills in relation to projects in Canada and abroad. The Human Rights Clinic is a project-based initiative that, under the academic.. Read more »

2 OCT – 5 OCT 2014 2nd University of Ottawa Human Rights Film Festival 2014

A collaboration between the Human Rights Research and Education Centre of the University of Ottawa and the Canadian Film Institute The 2nd University of Ottawa Human Rights Film Festival features six international documentaries and films highlighting compelling human rights issues around mental health and women’s rights. The program brings different realities to life through the.. Read more »

4 OCT 2014 – Workshop – Bearing Witness to Injustices: Filmmaking in Advocacy and Research Method A seminar with Suzanne Bouclin, PhD

Presented by the CFI, the Human Rights Research and Education Centre, University of Ottawa Human Rights Film Festival and Co-presented by SAW Video Saturday, October 4th, 2014 14:00-15:30 Fauteux 413 57 Louis-Pasteur, uOttawa Free admission Presented by: Prof Suzanne Bouclin This talk will explore some overarching issues encountered when using film making as a tool.. Read more »

1 OCT 2014 – Panelists take on the Horn of Africa

THE PANEL TO HOST FOURTH LIVE DEBATE: Panelists take on the Horn of Africa On Wednesday, October 1, 2014, thePANEL will welcome three dynamic panelists to the nation’s capital for a frank, fast-paced look at Canada’s take on economic diplomacy. Featuring the Honourable Irwin Cotler, MP (Former Minister of Justice); Christina Murray (UN Peace Maker.. Read more »

22 SEPT 2014 – Where are we now? On Murders and Disappearances of Aboriginal Women and Girls

The Feminist Alliance for International Action (FAFIA) and the Human Rights Research and Education Centre invite you to: Where Are We Now? A public forum on murders and disappearances of Aboriginal women and girls Press release Women’s rights activists and experts from FAFIA, the Native Women’s Association of Canada, the University of Ottawa, and Canada.. Read more »