Registration for the 2023 Genocide and Human Rights University Program is Open Now!

The Zoryan Institute is thrilled to announce that after two years of hosting the program virtually, the 2023 Genocide and Human Rights University Program (GHRUP) will be taking place in person at the University of Toronto! Registration for the 2023 GHRUP is open now until April 30th.

2023 Human Rights Research Travel Grants: Rubenstein Library, Duke University

The David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library is now accepting applications for our 2023-2024 research travel grant program. Our program is open to all kinds of researchers– artists, activists, students, and scholars—whose work would be supported by sources from the Rubenstein Library’s research centers.

Research travel grants of up to $1500 are offered by the following Centers and research areas:

Nominations Open for Romero Human Rights Award 2023

The University of Dayton Human Rights Center, in partnership across the broader University community, invites you to participate in the nomination for the 2023 recipient of the Romero Human Rights Award. Established in 2000, the award commemorates the ministry and martyrdom of the slain Salvadoran Archbishop and honors an individual or organization whose work has contributed significantly to the alleviation of human suffering.

Sisters in Resilience: Women’s Movements in Muslim Contexts (Hybrid Event)

Women’s movements have been one of the most resilient and influential drivers of democratisation and social justice in Muslim contexts. From the legal reforms they initiated to the social transformations they shaped, they have not only been important political actors, but also evolved into diversified mass movements more visible and vocal than ever in contemporary public debates.


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