GCHR Community Engagement
A Community Engaged University and Human Rights Center
The Goldstein Center for Human Rights' committment to community engagement builds on the esteemed UNO Leonard and Shirley Goldstein Lecture on Human Rights through both individual and recurring events, and educational content, coordinated primarily by the Goldstein Family and Community Chair in Human Rights.
- UNO Human Rights Week
A series of events every fall intended to educate the community about human rights concerns and highlight the work of scholars, students, and community organizations that promote human rights.
- Human Rights Forum (HRF)
An educational series held twice each semester that brings a panel of experts to discuss a contemporary pressing issues in human rights.
- Community Events Sponsorship
The GCHR executive committee, community engagement standing committee, and the Executive Director offer sponsorship opportunities to UNO and community organizations.
- Educational Content
Includes special educational videos intended to provide both introductions and deep dives on human rights topics, featuring GCHR affiliated faculty and leading community figures. They are encouraged for use in the classroom or community events and meetings.
|3/25/2021||HRF: Human Rights and Religious Nationalism in the Middle East and the United States|
|3/30/2021||Music as Healing Within the Trans Community: An Evening of Music and Storytelling with Dominique Morgan|
|Date||Past Events||Media Link|
|03/2021||How Media Representations of Muslims Changed After Trump's "Muslim Ban"||Watch Now|
|02/2021||HRF: Human Rights and Anti-Racism: How is Anti-Racism Practiced in the Community?||Watch Now|
|10/2020||HRF: Human Rights, Sacred Land, and Food Sovereignty||Watch Now|
|09/2020||Human Rights Week||Watch Now|
|04/2020||Dr. Simran Jeet Singh: Sikh Teachings and Interreligious Dialogue in a Time of Pandemic||Watch Now|
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