Register now (early bird discount) for the upcoming USCI one-day conference on October 20, 2017!
Integrating Human Rights into Your Curriculum: Case Studies from Asia
A one-day workshop on teaching about human rights.
Please Note: Seminar is limited to K-12 teachers only.
The workshop will use case studies from Asia to enhance understanding of contemporary Asian cultures and regimes, of international human rights standards and the human rights work of governmental and non-governmental entities. In addition, participants will learn how to share this understanding with their students. Participants will be provided with materials and assistance in developing their own lessons to strengthen content competence and to develop grade and subject-appropriate analytical and communication skills. Participants will become better equipped to encourage tolerance among their students and to help students appreciate the critical role human rights play in the lives of people here and elsewhere in the world.
There is no fee to attend this workshop, but a $25 deposit, along with a completed registration form (see link below), is required to reserve space. The check will be returned to you at the end of the workshop or deposited if you do not cancel at least 1 week prior to the workshop. Participants will need to purchase parking on the USC campus for $8. Materials, handouts, breakfast, lunch, and refreshments will be provided to participants at no cost.
Asia specialists and human rights professionals will offer presentations exploring arguments over the universality of human rights, as well as political rights, labor rights, and more.
Geoff Robinson, History, UCLA
Human Rights and “Asian Values” - Lessons from East Timor
Gi-Wook Shin, Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, Stanford University
Social Activism and Political Change in Korea
Paula Palmer, USC Keck School of Medicine
Civil Strife and Child Soldiers in Sri Lanka
Clayton Dube, USC U.S.-China Institute
Disease, Work and Information: A Survey of Rights in Contemporary China
Gary Mukai, Stanford Program on Intercultural Education
Classroom Lessons on Human Rights
HOW TO APPLY:
USC U.S. – China Institute
3535 S. Figueroa St., FIG 202
Los Angeles, CA 90089-1262
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