The University College Roosevelt (UCR) and Human Rights Education Associates (HREA) are honored to announce that the Sixth International Human Rights Education Conference will be hosted in Middelburg, the Netherlands.
Deeply inspired by Roosevelt’s speech on the Four Freedoms, the University College Roosevelt and HREA invite you to participate in this exciting event and reflect on how the Four Freedoms can be translated to today’s world. The conference will join together as many people working in the field of human rights as possible, with some focus on the UN and the UN World Programme for Human Rights Education. This conference, being the sixth annual edition, will continue to encourage a forum for the exchange of ideas and information and facilitate open discussion on Human Rights Education amongst participants.
Rights Education Conference on “Translating Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms to Today’s World.” will be held in Middelburg, 17-19 December, 2015. The Conference aims to support and promote the United Nations objectives in human rights education, to critically assess how human rights objectives in education are translated into practices, to highlight the role of specific actors in human rights education, and to assess the connection between Roosevelt’s four freedoms and human dignity today.
Participants are encouraged to submit their papers on the following themes: global trends in human rights education, analysing key actors in human rights education, current themes in human rights education, and the practice of human rights education.
The deadline for abstracts is September 6th, 2015 and should be sent to IHRECemail@example.com.
For more information on the paper proposal and conference registration, visit their website.
Early bird registration for the conference ends October 15th, 2015.