Our research areas
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.
The Centre for Human Rights Education’s Dr Lisa Hartley’s and Associate Professor Caroline Fleay’s research has been rated as HIGH IMPACT (highest rating) in the recently released ARC Impact and Engagement report for 2018.
Centre staff member, Associate Professor Caroline Fleay, along with all Academics for Refugees Conveners have made a statement that can be read here.
On the 21st of February 2019, Dr Riccardo Baldissone delivered the first CHRE research seminar for the year.
On the 10th of December 2018, the Centre for Stories in partnership with the CHRE and Refugee Rights Action Network WA, held an event to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
A new report released today by Curtin University has found improved access to higher education for asylum seekers is important for their individual wellbeing and their ability to contribute to society. The report was written by CHRE's Lisa Hartley and Caroline Fleay with Sally Baker, Rachel Burke & Rebecca Field.
Centre Director, Professor Baden Offord, will be a featured speaker at this conference in Tokyo next year.