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Edited By Baden Offord, Caroline Fleay, Lisa Hartley, Yirga Gelaw Woldeyes, Dean Chan. In this thought-provoking book, a diverse range of educators, activists, academics, and community advocates provide theoretical and practical ways of activating our knowledge and understanding of how to build a human rights culture.

Our students

APPI Seminar The Pedagogies of Human Rights

Our Masters and PhD students come from diverse backgrounds and countries, with many and varied experiences in a variety of disciplines. Read some student testimonials about studying in the Masters course, the projects students undertook to complete their Masters program, and read about some of our current PhD students’ research for an idea of the variety of topics being covered by our student community.




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Annual Lecture Series

The Curtin Annual Human Rights Lecture, established in 2016, is a key initiative for the Centre for Human Rights Education.
The inaugural Human Rights Lecture was delivered by Professor Gillian Triggs in 2016, by Dr Waleed Aly in 2017, the Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG in 2018, Behrouz Boochani delivered the lecture from Manus Island in 2019, Dean Adrien K. Wing presented the lecture from the United States in 2020, and Emeritus Professor Judy Atkinson AM delivered the lecture from Bundjalong Country in 2021.

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Research Seminar Series

The Centre for Human Rights Education organises research seminars to allow for the dissemination and communication of our research and advocacy to the broader university and wider community. These one hour seminars occur on a weekday afternoon at Curtin University and as webinars online. Click on the link below for more information about upcoming seminars.

Research Seminar Series