Human Rights Studies for 21st Century Californians:
A workshop for High School Educators at UC Davis
Engage with scholars and professional learning specialists to explore developing curriculum and resources which support classroom-based human rights and genocide studies learning. Hosted by the UC Davis Human Rights Studies and UCD History Project and in partnership with the Genocide Education Project. Sessions will examine human rights as global history; connecting the classroom, student advocacy, and public service; and comparative genocide with a special focus on the recent U.S. acknowledgement of the Armenian Genocide. Participants’ feedback will help hosts develop future expanded Human Rights education programs. UCD Continuing Education Credit available. Primarily for World History and Geography Teachers. Space is limited. Planning to host in person in Davis, health guidelines permitting. See flyer below.
- June 14: Noon to 7pm (Includes dinner)
- June 15: 8am to 1pm (Lunch provided )
Registration Cost: FREE
Questions: Contact Stacey Greer, firstname.lastname@example.org