Genocide and Human Rights Webinar Series

The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed how we all live our daily lives, and how we interact with the world around us. For the International Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies this means that for the first time in 18 years the Institute will not be able to welcome students and practitioners from around the world to its Genocide and Human Rights University Program. This intensive summer course aims to develop the new generation of scholars to engage in research and publication in the field of Genocide and Human Rights Studies.

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Summer 2020 Series 

Session 1: Climate Change and Conflict
Prof. Alex Alvarez
Session 3: Indigenous Peoples of North America
Prof. Lorena Fontaine
Session 2: Genocide in Rwanda
Prof. Hollie Nyseth-Brehm
Session 4: Genocide, Impunity & Guatemalan Lives
Prof. Debra Rodman
Session 5: Gender, Genocide & White Supremacy in the United States, Prof. Elisa von Joeden- Forgey

Fall 2020 Series 

Session 1: Future war with Prof. Maureen Hiebert
Session 2: Indigenous Peoples of Brazil: A Case for Genocide? Prof. Flávio de Leão Bastos Pereira
Session 3: Immigrant Rights are Human Rights with Prof. Tanya Golash-Boza
Session 4: Oral History, Human Rights, and the Law with Anoush Baghdassarian
Session 5: The Yazidi Genocide with Caroline Schneider