SHREI Workshop on Human Trafficking for Community College Instructors
NOVEMBER 16, 2013, 9AM–2PM
|Helen Stacy is Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI) and Director of the Program on Human Rights at CDDRL. As a scholar of international and comparative law, legal philosophy, and human rights, Helen Stacy has produced works analyzing the efficacy of regional courts in promoting human rights, differences in the legal systems of neighboring countries, and the impact of postmodernism on legal thinking. Her recent scholarship has focused on how international and regional human rights courts can improve human rights standards while also honoring social, cultural, and religious values.|
|Submit online Registration Form by October 29, 2013|
The Stanford Human Rights Education Initiative (SHREI) is offering an exciting professional development opportunity for community college instructors who wish to internationalize and incorporate human rights topics into their courses.
The workshop will take place on November 16, 2013 at Stanford University. Space is limited to 20 community college instructors.
This one-day workshop will feature scholarly lectures and curricular presentations on issues related to human trafficking.
In the morning, Dr. Helen Stacy, Director of the Stanford Program on Human Rights, will speak about cross-border human trafficking, including the overlap with migration, labor, and drug issues.
In the afternoon, workshop participants will collaboratively explore best pedagogical practices for teaching human rights topics in community colleges, including:
Please contact Jonas Edman at 650.725.1480 or at jcedman [at] stanford [dot] edu (jcedman [at] stanford [dot] edu) for more information.
Multiple email phishing/scam attempts are circulating claiming that SHREI and other organizations (such as the Gates Foundation) are hosting human rights conferences over the coming months. This is not true. Please do not register for SHREI conferences except through this website.