Bringing International Human Rights and the Sustainable Development Goals to Dayton
Abdulaziz Abdullah A. Alayed, Emma E Coning, Bridget Anne Dunnigan, Tiffany Erin Hendricks, Claudia E. Jackert, Bailey N. Johnson, Maranda Elise Lewis, Michaela Catherine Linehan, Chloe M. Marklay, Jared Dominic Marsh, Chloe Elizabeth Massie-Costales, Alyssa Marie Miller, Jessica Caroline Minichillo, Marigrace Sandi Moses, Alex M. Mueller, Yulianna Otero, Jasmine H. Riechmann, Kathleen E. Schweninger, Ryan Darnell Scott, Emily Rose Shanahan, Landis Yuri Soto, Dawson J. Vandervort, Destiny Watson, Isabel Zavala
Student researchers will present initial findings from research linking specific international human rights articles and targets from the Sustainable Development Goals to data, news, and programs in the Greater Dayton region. The purpose of the research is to assist university and community advocates in developing a campaign to make Dayton a Human Rights City. A Human Rights City is a municipality that refers explicitly to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights standards and/or law in their policies, statements, and programs. In addition, students will present advocacy campaign designs and reflections on the research process.
Tony Neil Talbott
Primary Advisor's Department
Human Rights Center
Stander Symposium project, College of Arts and Sciences
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions; Sustainable Cities and Communities
"Bringing International Human Rights and the Sustainable Development Goals to Dayton" (2020). Stander Symposium Projects. 1806.