The University of Dayton Human Rights Center presents the biennial conference The Social Practice of Human Rights: Charting the Frontiers of Research and Advocacy, set for Nov. 8-10, 2017, on the University of Dayton’s River Campus.

View the schedule of research sessions and keynote addresses.

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Through its research panels, roundtables, keynote addresses, and plenary sessions focused on the conflict and coexistence of rights and intolerance, this conference provides a unique space for scholars, practitioners, and advocates to engage in collaboration, dialogue, and critical analysis of human rights advocacy, both locally and globally.

For information, see the conference brochure.

Browse the contents of The Social Practice of Human Rights: Charting the Frontiers of Research and Advocacy:

Dynamics of Transitional Justice and Advocacy
Dynamics of Transitional Justice and Advocacy
Inequalities, Rights, and Sustainable Development
Inequalities, Rights, and Sustainable Development
Panel – Building Institutional Strength to Address Climate Change: Connecting Sustainability and Human Rights
Building Institutional Strength to Address Climate Change
Panel – The Importance of Social Justice and Human Rights in Economics
Social Justice in Economics
Re-Imagining Rights
Re-Imagining Rights
The State and the Refugee Regime
Refugee Regime
Popular Movements: A Closer Examination
Popular Movements
Place-Based Rights: Connecting Global to Local
Place-Based Rights
The Marginalized and Minorities: Interrogating Rights
The Marginalized and Minorities: Interrogating Rights
Human Rights Practice
Human Rights Practice
Gender, Violence, and Agency
Gender, Violence, and Agency
Framing Rights: Narratives and Advocacy
Framing Rights: Narratives and Advocacy
Faith-Based Perspectives
Faith-Based Perspectives
Mass Displacement and Migration
Mass Displacement and Migration
Contesting Disability and LGBTQI Rights
Contesting Disability and LGBTQI Rights
Conference Events
Conference Events
Case Studies
Case Studies