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URBAN Education Node: Human Rights Webinar in Education Coalition-Building

URBAN Education Node Human Rights Webinar (Wed, May 24, 12pm-1:15pm Mountain Standard time): The purpose of the webinar is to facilitate coalition building that helps educators understand how to partner with human rights organizations and use human rights frameworks to support cities, schools and communities in addressing human rights violations.
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URBAN Education Node: Human Rights Webinar

URBAN Education Node: Human Rights Webinar

Human Rights in Education Coalition-Building

The URBAN Ed Node has been working to launch coalition-building with human rights organizations and educators. We are hosting a Human Rights Webinar, to be held May 24, from 12pm-1:15pm Mountain Standard Time. We have 50 slots available for the webinar, so if you would like to attend, you will need to reserve your spot by going to the link below.

https://docs.google.com/a/communityalliesconsulting.com/document/d/1c3l4EJrYPoqQD5VbSVzt8JfIZjKbPdytXiBqCsc0Rmc/edit?usp=sharing

 

Attached is a flyer that explains how to access the webinar and who the presenters are, or see below.

We ask that you reserve your spot in the next couple of days, and then, after Monday, May 15, we welcome you to distribute it to your networks.

We also will distribute this to a few other human rights networks at that time.

We look forward to learning with human rights scholars how we as educators can support their organizing efforts, and we look forward to learning how schools are taking up productive human rights frameworks and practices.

Warmly,

The URBAN Ed Node Co-Chairs:

Sarah Hobson

Joy Howard

Ana Antunes
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Job Announcement: Visiting Assistant Professor, The Department of Educational Leadership at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio

The Department of Educational Leadership at Miami University in Oxford Ohio is posting the following position to begin in August 2017:

Visiting Assistant Professor to teach undergraduate courses in leadership with a focus on teachers and grassroots or community-based strategies; may also be asked to teach graduate courses in school administration and/or organizational leadership, and other courses as needed.  The position also entails other professional service and participation in program administration.

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URBAN Webinar on Critical Participatory Research (CPAR)

The URBAN Network invites you for its first Webinar on Critical Participatory Research (CPAR)

When: February 3, 1:00 PM (MST)

Who: Ana Antunes, University of Utah

Julio Cammarota, Iowa State University

Ben Kirschner, University of Colorado

Chereta Madison, University of Colorado

Maria Torre, City University of New York

What: The Webinar will focus on defining CPAR and answering practical questions about utilizing the methodology.

This is a FREE event but registration is REQUIRED

Register at: https://goo.gl/forms/UahjZF4FBAHccjIS2