From Restraints to Recognition: Mental Health as a Human Right issue

Tuesday, April 11

Time: 3:35 p.m. — 4:35 p.m.

Location: Sears Recital Hall, Jesse Philips Humanities Center

Tags:  Human Rights, Mental Health, Activism

Cost:  Free

Melody Moezzi is a writer, activist, attorney and award-winning author. She describes herself as "an Iranian-American Muslim feminist living with a disability, and whose work is necessarily intersectional." She can speak on a range of topics, including Islam, Iran, human rights activism, feminism, and mental health. Her most recent book is on mental health activism. 

Melody will be speaking about mental health as a human rights issue at 3:35 p.m. on Tuesday, April 11 in Sears Recital Hall. The lecture is sponsored by the Human Rights Studies Program and is free and open to the public.. We encourage students to attend.

Contact Information:

Name:  Human Rights Studies Program
Website:  go.udayton.edu/humanrights
Email:  farhaty1@udayton.edu