The Columbia University Human Rights Seminar cordially invites you to attend the upcoming hybrid meeting on Monday, March 6th, 2023, at 7:30pm with a dinner at the Faculty House at 6:30pm.
Chair: George Andreopoulos
Speaker: J. Paul Martin and Snigdha Dutt
Paul and Snigdha will present on: "Evaluating the Past and Charting the Future of Human Rights Education"
J. Paul Martin served as the first executive director of Columbia University’s Center for the Study of Human Rights from 1978 until 2007, after which he directed the human rights program at Barnard College. Besides teaching human rights courses at those institutions, he developed training programs for experienced human rights advocates from and in developing countries, including in 1989 the ongoing annual Human Rights Advocates at Columbia. His publications cover human rights education as well as religions and human rights.
Snigdha Dutt is a New York-based independent human rights consultant and researcher focused on women’s rights, refugee rights, and human rights education in South Asia. Over the past ten years she has worked with government agencies, think tanks and international NGOs, notably on and in Bangladesh, India, Jordan, and the United States. She has advanced degrees in Policy and Regulation, Human Rights, and International Human Rights Law from the London School of Economics, Columbia University and the University of Oxford.
Seminar: 561, Human Rights
Meeting Date: Monday, March 6th, 2023
Meeting Time: 7.30 PM (EST)
Dinner: 6.30 PM (EST)
To participate, please fill out the following google form by 12pm on Wednesday, March 1st.
***ONLY THOSE WHO WILL REGISTER BY WEDNESDAY WILL BE ABLE TO RESERVE A SPOT AT THE FACULTY HOUSE DINNER. THOSE THAT CONFIRM VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE WILL RECEIVE A ZOOM MEETING LINK.***