Human Rights Forum
Human Rights Day 2014
10 December 2014
Theme for this forum
The theme this year is ‘#Rights365: Today is Human Rights Day, make it happen every day!’
We will have a varied and interdisciplinary programme with presenters and participants from across the University community.
Food Back Collection
Suggested donations: Non-perishable food items, tinned meat and fish, tinned fruit and vegetables, UHT milk (full fat and semi),
pasta, rice, cereals, sugar, (ideally individually packed) biscuits and toiletries
Please register by Friday 5 December if you would like to join us. This event is free and refreshments will be provided.
Spread the word
Please share this with anyone you think may be interested, everyone is welcome on the day and to join the on line forums.
Join our on line forum
Twitter: @lawsheffield #Rights365
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/365HumanRightsForumSheffield
Join the on line UN Human Rights Day
Our forum will be part of the worldwide Human Rights Day that the United Nations Human Rights Office orchestrate to promote and protect all human rights, to educate and empower individuals and to assist governments in fulfilling their human rights obligations.
Twitter: @UNrightswire #Rights365
Human Rights Day 2013
11 December 2013
Arts Tower Lecture Theatre 5 and 6
Human Rights Day 2014 celebrated the 20th anniversary of the mandate of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and this forms the broad theme for the School of Law’s 2nd Human Rights Forum. The past two decades have seen much progress in the human rights sphere… but many challenges remain. To what extent has the UNHCHR fulfilled its mandate? What are its prospects for the next twenty years?
There was varied and interdisciplinary programme with presenters and participants from across the University community. Download the programme (PDF)
Performance by Rafiki Jazz
Rafiki Jazz the world music collective performed a Rafikian babble of international voices & instrumental mixing and texts from the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights... Listen to some of the music they have been working on here... Sound Cloud
Telling Stories About Human Rights
5 November 2013
Quakers Meeting House, 10 St. James Street, Sheffield, S1 2EW
This event was free to attend and over 60 people attended.
More information is available on the Sheffield Institute for International Development Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/SIIDgroup
International Law Association Seminar and Human Rights Forum Launch
12 December 2012
Moot Court, Bartolome House, Winter Street
In order to mark that day and to launch the Human Rights Forum, over 50 people from accross the University of Sheffield attended the event in the School of Law's Moot Court in Bartolomé House on Wednesday 12th December.
The launch begin with a ILA British Branch Seminar by Dr Marko Milanovic, University of Nottingham.
Human Rights Research - Establishing Links
We are keen to establish links between human rights researchers throughout the university.
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