Tag: Human Rights
- Dolly Daftary: Globalization in Rural India
Assistant Professor Dolly Daftary's research looks at how economic growth affects marginalized communities.
- On Sanctuary and Fugitivity: Considerations for Immigration Politics
Spring 2017 Human Rights Keynote Lecure with Karma Chavez
- Public Statement of the Human Rights Faculty on the US Travel Ban
Our community comes from different parts of the world, including those covered by this travel ban.
- Narragansett Cultural Education, the Tomaquag Museum, and Indigenous Empowerment
A spring 2017 keynote lecture for Introduction to Human Rights
- 13th by Ava DuVernay
Part of Women Take The Reel 2017
- The National Women’s Studies Association Post-election Statement
Combating the Climate of Fear, Division and Xenophobia in the Wake of the U.S. Presidential Election
- This Is Jeopardy!
WGS Open House 2016
- Humanizing the Sacred: Islam, Gender and Feminist Solidarity
Human Rights Keynote Fall 2016
- Professor Amy Den Ouden to Present at the Aquinnah Cultural Center
Indigenous Women, Colonial Violence, and Histories of Resistance in Southern New England
- Congratulations to the New Vice President of NWSA
WGS Chair Elora Chowdhury will serve from 2016-2018
- How a Consumer Campaign is Impacting the World’s Deadliest War in Congo - Colloquium
Part of the Conflict Resolution Colloquium Series- Steve Jobs, Celebrities, Cell Phones, and Students: How a Consumer Campaign is Impacting the World’s Deadliest War in Congo with John Prendergast
- Elora Chowdhury in Lahore, Pakistan to Present at Second of Three Connected Conferences
Transregional Filmscapes in South Asia: Practices, Politics, History
- WGS Faculty Contributes to Welfare Reform Syllabus
Professor Lorna Rivera works with national campaign to promote awareness
- Human Rights Graduate to Serve on Easton Human Rights Commission
Sumayia Zama, Human Right Minor alum, invited to serve her community
- Associate Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies Awarded Prestigious Grant
Professor Amy Den Ouden receives grant for Native American Research
- Sindiso Mnisi Weeks: Indigenous Rights, Systemic Change
Sindiso Mnisi Weeks is an expert on human rights and constitutional law.
- Black Lives Through the Arts
Barbara Lewis, the director of the William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black Culture, will moderate a discussion with filmmaker Tiona McClodden, filmmaker Shikeith, and others.
- Human Rights Keynote Spring 2016
- Sexual Violence in the Context of Armed Conflict’s Criminal, Corrupt and Violent Economies
Too often the literature on wartime violence against women emphasizes individualized violence in interpersonal contexts, neglecting important economic and political factors...
- SGISD Student and Professor Present at Human Rights Conference
Gillian MacNaughton and Kostas Koutsioumpas presented on human rights at a conference in Dayton, Ohio.
- Towards an Anti-Heroic History of Fiji Women Soldiers
Teaiwa’s research points to both the possibility and necessity of developing an anti-heroic account of Fiji women soldiers' histories and experiences.
- Law and Society Association Draws Faculty, Students to Seattle
UMass Boston students and faculty attended the annual meeting of the Law and Society Association.
- SGISD Professor and Student Present on Human Rights at UConn
Gillian MacNaughton and Kostas Koutsioumpas shared papers at a human rights conference.
- Human Rights Minor Introduced in UMass Boston College of Liberal Arts
The Mass Media has the scoop!
- Occupations, Border-Crossings, and Gender
The Human Rights Minor Presents
- The Consortium on Gender, Security, and Human Rights Presents: “Women, Peace, and Security”
Policy's Skewed Focus on Sexual Violence: The Failure of a "Successful" Feminist Intervention?
- Rule of Law and Democracy in Russia
A discussion of the current situation
- Clearing the Path
Claudia Torres of the Network against Repression & for Solidarity addresses repression in Mexico
- Gender and the Political Economy of Conflict: How Much Do We Really Know?
The Center of Gender, Security, and Human Rights invites you to this free talk with author Sonali Deraniyagala.
- Inside UN Peacekeeping: Policy Changes that Work for Women
The Consortium on Gender, Security and Human Rights sponsors this free talk by Nadine Peuchguirbal and Cynthia Enloe.
- Guest Speaker: Resolving Indigenous Claims through Human Rights Mechanisms
Suffolk’s Lorie Graham & Nicole Friederichs address the topic, focusing on the Western Shoshone.
- Between Gender and Ethnicity: Women’s Rights and Identity Politics in the Andes
The Center on Gender, Security, and Human Rights presents a talk
- Special Film Screening of Meherjaan
Join us for a film and a discussion with the film's director, Rubaiyat Hossain.