Bridget Anne Dunnigan


This poster reflects research conducted as part of a course project designed to give students experience in the research process. Course: POL 334



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Over the course of the semester, students in POL 334 have had the great opportunity of learning and engaging in material about sustainable development goals and human rights cities. Specifically, we have been researching and gathering data to increase the chances of Dayton becoming a Human Rights City. After researching each SDG, it was clear that each one is intertwined. The access to justice is uneven and unfair. In order to make progress and develop a civil society, community members must advocate for Dayton to become a Human Rights City. These efforts are essential to moving forward and achieving the sustainable development goals. It is important for each member of society to have the opportunity to live a high quality life with inclusion and equality. Overall, this semester has taught me about local human rights issues and challenges in the Dayton area, as well as, how to apply various tools and techniques for an effective community.

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Course Project

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Tony Neil Talbott

Primary Advisor's Department

Human Rights Center


Stander Symposium project, College of Arts and Sciences, Human Rights Center

Bringing International Human Rights and Sustainable Development Goals to Dayton