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Tuesday December 10, 2013
7:30 pm - 8:40 pm
Location: Town Hall Seattle | 1119 8th Ave. | Seattle, WA 98101
SAVE THE DATE FOR
"SEATTLE HUMAN RIGHTS DAY"
on December 10th.
This year, we are celebrating International Human Rights Day together with the Seattle Human Rights Commission on December 10th for
Seattle Human Rights Day
A celebration honoring the Seattle Human Rights Commission's 50th Anniversary
Come learn about us and other local human rights organizations. The event will be featuring keynote speaker Therese Caouette and the 2013 Human Rights Awards.
Therese Caouette has worked with refugees, migrants and displaced persons in Southeast Asia for more than 30 years. In 2012 she received the Global Hero Award from Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn. Therese is Executive Director of Partners Asia, and is affiliate faculty of Seattle University and the University of Washington's Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, Southeast Asian Studies program.
Thursday June 27, 2013 to Thursday December 19, 2013
Time: Always Open
Friday January 10, 2014
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
William H. Gates Hall - Room 138. UW Seattle.
Paul Steven Miller Memorial Symposium: Exploring the Intersections of International Human Rights and Disability
Join the University of Washington School of Law for a day of discussions about national and international disability legislation and implementation. Topics focus on the use of human rights conventions to advocate for persons with disabilities, with an emphasis on women, children and youth. Speakers include national and international scholars, policy makers, practitioners and activists.
Paul Steven Miller (1961- 2010) was the Henry M. Jackson Professor of Law at UW School of Law, a Commissioner of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and a special assistant to President Obama. He was a leader in the disability rights movement and an expert on anti-discrimination law.
Registration information, including a working agenda can be found here.
Friday April 4, 2014 to Sunday April 6, 2014
University of Washington Husky Union Building (HUB)
11th Annual Western Regional International Health Conference
Uncensored: Gender, Sexuality, & Social Movements in Global Health
The WRIHC Student Committee welcomes you to participate in our 11th annual conference, featuring dynamic discussions on gender, sexuality, and social movements; networking with experts and colleagues; and the opportunity to challenge our assumptions and expand the scope of global health.
Four ways to get involved in the conference:
More information available at: http://2014.wrihc.org/
The 2014 Western Regional International Health Conference is presented by: the WRIHC Student Committee, the UW chapter of GlobeMed, and the UW Department of Global Health