Displaying items by tag: institute for human rights

Dr. Derick Wilson will speak to the UAB community on the topic of practical reconciliation from local and global context perspectives.

Join Nelson and Maggie Reiya for a discussion of how a community-led conservancy can serve as a human rights incubator.
Students and staff are invited to hear guest speaker, Alexandra Zapruder, discuss life during the Holocaust on Nov. 7.
 Carruthers’ book provides a framework for activists committed to building transformative power, and encourages young people to see themselves as visionaries and leaders.
Research shows that individuals who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder are not just war veterans, but anyone who has experienced some form of severe life trauma.
The quest for improving the rights of people with disabilities locally, nationally and internationally is urgent and significant.
The UAB Institute for Human Rights hosts world-renowned leaders to discuss human rights issues with students, faculty and staff.
UAB will host independent living specialist Darrel Christenson to discuss the intersection of accessible housing with inclusion, health and the role of visitability in real estate.
Human rights and international politics experts say efforts to shine a light on human rights abuses in North Korea and calls for improvement must be stated in future discussions.
Beninese singer Angélique Kidjo is a Grammy Award-winning singer and activist for Africa's women and girls.
The film, focused on the American women's suffrage movement, will be screened at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 6.
Lectures include cultivating compassion, the history of race and society in Nazi Germany and the Jim Crow South, and helping children in war-affected communities.
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