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9th ICHRE Conference, International Conference on Human Rights Education - 2018 Presentations

Presentations from the 2018 ICHRE

Ms Margaret Bell AM, Chain Reaction Foundation, Australia
Saving Young Lives | Saving Young Lives Documentary

Prof Mariko Akuzawa, Osaka City University, Japan
Changing Forms of Buraku Discrimination in Japan

Dr Sumathi Balachandran, KB College India
Thinking Diversity and HRE - Pedagogical Perspective: The Indian Experience

Mr Gaurav Bhattarai, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
Assessing the Role of States, Societies and Institutions in the Protection and Promotion of Human Rights in Asia

Ms Alexandria Boutros, St Paul University, Chicago, USA
Time for Teachers: The Role of the Teacher in Enforcement of International Human Rights Law

Prof Linda Briskman, Margaret Whitlam Chair of Social Work, School of Social Sciences and Psychology, WSU, Australia
Hate Speech, Free Speech and Human Rights

Ms Onyema Bulya, College of Education, Katsina-Ala, Nigeria
Good Human Rights Education Practice for the Development of Nigerian Primary and Secondary Education

His Excellency General, The Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove AK MC, Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia
Welcome to Australia Video

Dr Babere Chacha, Laikipia University, Kenya
Challenges of the Implementation of Human Rights Education in Africa, and the Case of a Common Core Course at Laikipia University, Kenya

Ms Chia Jong Chu, Soochow University, Taiwan
Working as a Police Sweetheart - Gender and Human Right Issues in Modern Policing

Ms Huang Chun-Wei, Soochow University, Taiwan
Sexual Education in School an Anti-LGBT Groups

Mrs Cecilia Decara, The Danish Institute for Human Rights, Denmark
Monitoring National Implementation and Progress of Human Rights Education

Mr Sawathey Ek OAM, Cambodian Action Group, Australia
Case Study: Can Australia Resuscitate HR and Democracy in Cambodia?

Mr Majda El Muhtaj, Universitas Negeri Medan, Indonesia
HRE and Democratic Policing: A Case Study of Regional Police of North Sumatra

Paula Gaviria Betancur, Former Presidential Advisor on Human Rights, Colombia
Human Rights Education: A Path for Cultural Transformation and Lasting Peace

Prof Paula Gerber, Monash University, Australia
Education and LGBT Rights After Marriage Equality in Australia

Ms Genevieve Hall, Monash University, Australia
Learning to be a Human Rights Activist Through Informal Education

Mr Ian Hamilton, Equitas - International Centre for Human Rights Education, Canada
Understanding and Applying Human Rights Principles to Advance the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Prof Jim Ife, WSU, Australia
Foregrounding the Problematic ‘Human’ in Human Rights Education

Mr Ernest A Tshileling Ilung, Ong Best, Congo-Kinshasa
Enhancing the State of HRE in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Lessons from Australia

Ms Kyohairwe Kay, Coalition for Human Rights Education, Uganda
Crippled and Misguided Obligations: Women’s Rights in Uganda

Mr Ahmed Khan, University of Padova, Italy
Politics of Theatre for Citizens' Rights in Asia: An Overview on Pedagogy and Good Practices of Makhampom and Janam

Mr Steve Killelea AM, Institute for Economics and Peace and the Global Peace Index, Australia
Global Trends in Search for Lasting Peace

Prof Leszek Korporowicz, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland
Neglected Roots of the Cultural Rights Education

Mr Muhammad Nasir Ladan, Director, National Human Rights Commission, Nigeria
Role of Nigeria’s National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) in Promoting Human Rights Education

Ms Jane Lewis, Jane Lewis CTC Facilitation, Australia
Mechanisms for Mutual Understanding: Train the Trainer

Asst Prof Khair Mahmud, Jagannath University, Bangladesh
Rohingya Influx in Bangladesh: Need for a Human Rights Approach to Environment

Mrs Lis Mathiasen, Westminster Junior Primary School
Democratic and Participatory Approaches that Inspire Young Children to Read, Write and Speak with Conviction at School

Ms Bronwyn McNamee, Same Skies, Malaysia
Refugee-Led Action Approach through Transformative Leadership in Action Programme

Dr Glenn Mitoma, University of Connecticut, USA
Ivory Tower or Beloved Community? Public Universities and Human Rights

Prof John Mubangizi, University of the Free State, South Africa
The Role of Civil Society Organisations in Human Rights Education in South Africa: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Ms Mehrnoush Najafiragheb, University of Poitiers, France
The Role of Local Judgement and Local Arbitration in the Progression of HR in some Developing Countries

Dr Huong Ngo, Vietnam National University, Vietnam
Academic Freedom in Human Rights Education in Vietnam: The State of Play

Prof Audrey Osler, University of Southeast Norway, Norway and University of Leeds, UK
Child Rights and Intergenerational Justice

Dr Reinhild Otte, Council of Europe Expert, Former Chair of the Ad Hoc Advisory Group on EDC/HRE, France
The Council of Europe Reference Framework of Competences for Democratic Culture (RFCDC): A New Instrument for the Promotion of Human Rights and Democracy

Prof Mathías Penhos, Quilmes National University, Argentina
The Model of United Nations as a Pedagogical Dawn Towards Human Rights Culture

Dr Tania Penovic, Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, Australia
Vietnam’s National Action Plan for Human Rights Education: Building a Culture of Respect for Human Rights

A/Prof Fr Edmund Ryden SJ, Soochow Universities, Taiwan
Teaching How to Convey the What of Human Rights: University Courses in Taiwan

Dr Julie Kate Seirlis, University of Waterloo, Canada
(Un)Civil Society: Teaching Resistance

Dr Hemang Sharma, University of Southern Queensland, Australia
Human Rights Education in Nepal

Prof Kanwal Deepinder Pal Singh, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, India
Challenges to Human Rights Education in India: A Case Study of the National Capital

Ms Leanne Smith, UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations/Department of Field Support, Australia
Advancing a Human Rights Culture in United Nations Peace Operations

Miss Andrea Tokaji, International HR Consultant, Educator, Advocate, Lobbyist, Australia
HRE Education can Eradicate Slavery in Supply Chains

Mr Matteo Tracchi, PhD Candidate, Human Rights Centre, University of Padova, Italy
Citizenship Education in Italy and Croatia: What Place for Human Rights? A Mixed-Methods Research on Human Rights Education

Ms Sam Tsai, Soochow University, Taiwan
Gender Equity Education Act

Ms Tsering Tsomo, Tibetan Centre for HR and Democracy, India
A Comparative Study of HRE in Tibetan Language in Tibet and in Exile

A/Prof Libby Tudball, Monash University, Australia
Unleashing the Full Potential of Human Rights Education through Engaging Pedagogy in Bangladeshi Schools: Findings from Action Research

Ms Loukinikini Vili, National Human Rights Institution, Samoa
Contextualizing Human Rights in Samoa from an NHRI Perspective

Ms Ruo Un Wang, Soochow University, Taiwan
Same-Sex Marriage in Taiwan

Ms Barbara Weber, Amnesty International, UK
The Future of Human Rights Education in a Fast Changing World

Prof Paul Weller, The University of Oxford, Coventry University and University of Derby, UK
Religion or Belief in Human Rights Education. Issues, Lessons and Resources from Europe

Mrs Victoria Wisniewski-Otero, Resolve Foundation, Hong Kong
Promoting Racial Diversity and Inclusion in East Asia: A New Model for Empowerment of Minority Groups in Hong Kong

Mr Jeswynn Yogaratnam, Australian Council for HRE, Australia
The Global Compact on Refugees 2018 (GCR): A Human Rights Education Tool for Law and Policy Making on Forced Migration

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