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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.

News and Events

  • A sad farewell to Professor Baden Offord

    Baden Offord

    The 8th of December was Professor Baden Offord’s last day at the Centre for Human Rights Education (CHRE) at Curtin University. Baden held the Dr Haruhisa Handa Chair of Human Rights and the position as Director of CHRE since January 2015.

  • International Human Rights Day 2020

    10th of December, the Centre for Human Rights Education co-hosted an event with ASeTTS in recognition of International Human Rights Day, in line with this year's theme "Recover Better: Stand Up for Human Rights".

  • Professor Offord awarded Emeritus title

    Baden Offord

    This title is a prestigious honour and made in recognition of his distinguished service as a Professor of Cultural Studies and Human rights and as the Director of CHRE, and his commitment and academic leadership in human rights, sexuality, cultural studies and education at Curtin University.

  • Annual Human Rights Lecture video now available

    Dean Adrien K. Wing

    You can now view the Annual Human Rights Lecture presented by Dean Adrien K Wing on 23 October 2020, via YouTube.

  • NCSEHE 2020/21 Research Grants Program Success

    Dr Lisa Hartley

    Dr Lisa Hartley, along with colleagues working through the Refugee Education Special Interest Group (RESIG), has been successful in securing a grant through the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education.


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Australian Ally Conference 2018

'Activating Human Rights: Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Intersex Status – Leading the Change'
The 2nd Australian Ally Network Conference was hosted by Curtin University in Perth on 27-28 September 2018.
Resources from the Conference can be found via the link below.

Conference resources

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. Click on the link below for more information about upcoming seminars.

Seminar series: 2019