7:30 p.m. | Fauteux Hall – FTX147-147A-147B | Open to all! | RSVP mandatory.
- Why Journalism Matters in the Fight for Human Rights with Mohamed FAHMY, Award-Winning Journalist and Adjunct Professor at the University of British Columbia. This presentation is organized in partnership with Amnesty International Canada, Amnistie International Canada francophone and the University of Ottawa Alumni Association.
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. | Fauteux Hall – FTX147 | Open to all! | Lunch will be provided.
- Presentation: Children’s Rights: Working to Make Canada Better for Young People – with Irwin ELMAN, Ontario's Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth and Senator Jim MUNSON, Chair of the Senate Human Rights Committee. This event is open to all and is organized in partnership with the Interdisciplinary Research Laboratory on the Rights of the Child and the Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children
1:15 to 4 p.m. |Johnson Hall (147 Séraphin Marion) | Open to all! | RSVP at HRREC@uOttawa.ca
- Workshop: Children’s Rights: Working to Make Canada Better for Young People – A workshop open to all and organized in partnership with the Interdisciplinary Research Laboratory on the Rights of the Child and the Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children, where we will discuss on how children's rights can improve intergovernmental progress for children in Canada.
6:30 p.m.|The Royal Auditorium (1145 Carling Avenue, Ottawa)
Come and watch Erahm Christopher's movie Listen on November 24 at 6:30 pm at The Royal Auditorium. Erahm will lead the audience in a courageous conversation on how dialogue and understanding about mental health can help improve relationships, change negative outcomes and encourage individuals to become better listeners. In English only.
4th University of Ottawa Human Rights Film Festival (2016)
The fourth edition of the University of Ottawa Human Rights Film Festival will be held from December 1st to 4th, 2016! We hope to see you there!!!
International Human Rights and Canada Database (IHRCanadaDB)
Human Rights Internet (HRI) and the Human Rights Research and Education Centre (HRREC) of the University of Ottawa have launched a new online resource: the International Human Rights and Canada Database (IHRCanadaDb).
The database is a tool without parallel. It houses over 600 official documents, separated into three categories: instruments that are binding under international law (conventions/treaties); non-binding instruments, such as declarations of international organisations; and international monitoring documents, including jurisprudence of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and the United Nations treaty bodies, which oversee Canada’s compliance with its international human rights obligations. It includes official documents that set out international human rights standards and information about Canada’s official position vis-à-vis international human rights instruments.