Research Panels 1

These research panels take place on Friday, October 2 from 8:45 to 10:15 am.

Engaging in Human Rights Work

Moderator: Joel Pruce

Practicing Human Rights: How Human Rights Practitioners Shape the Field, presented by Robin Redhead, Leeds Beckett University 

Promoting Human Rights through the Professions, presented by Debra DeLaet and Emily Sadecki, Drake University | Holly Atkinson, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

From Activism to Invested Scholarship: When Outsiders Are Insiders, presented by Kristi Heather Kenyon Dalhousie University, University of Pretoria | Tal Nitsán, University of British Columbia

 

Critical Reflections

Moderator: Kelli Lyon Johnson

A Human Rights Lens on Full Employment and Decent Work in the Post-2015 Development Agenda, presented by Diane F. Frey, CUNY Murphy Institute ALR/China Project | Gillian MacNaughton, University of Massachusetts Boston

Who Practices Rights-Based Development? A Progress Report on Work at the Nexus of Human Rights and Development, presented by Paul Nelson, University of Pittsburgh | Ellen Dorsey, Wallace Global Fund

Girl Power or Girl Child: Beyond Victory and Victimization in Advocacy for Girls around the World, presented by Kelli Lyon Johnson, Miami University Hamilton

Advocacy - Global and Local

Moderator: Nahal Zamani

Cultural Differences in Support for Human Rights, presented by Sam McFarland and William Hornsby, Western Kentucky University

Taking on the NYPD by Centering the Impact and Building a Movement: A Successful Human Rights Campaign Case Study, presented by Nahal Zamani, Center for Constitutional Rights

The Normative Implication of the B Corp Movement in the Business and Human Rights Context, presented by Cindy Woods, International Corporate Accountability Roundtable

Exploring Public Opinion on the Role of Human Rights in Foreign Policy, presented by Michelle Allendoerfer, George Washington University

Visualizing Rights

Moderator: R. Darden Bradshaw

Global Human Rights Direct: Connecting Human Rights Voices from Around the Globe, presented by William Simmons, University of Arizona

"This painting is nice, but is it actually fighting for social justice" Exploring the Challenges and Dilemmas of Participatory Art and Storytelling for Social Justice, presented by Katherine Fobear, University of British Columbia

Fostering Empathy through Visual Culture Art Integration, presented by R. Darden Bradshaw, University of Dayton

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