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Human Rights Project at Nassau Community College: Human Rights Project

The Human Rights Project (HRS) promotes an understanding of worldwide genocide and human rights oppression and activism through academic coursework and co-curricular events open to the college and community at large.

Human Rights Studies Project

The Human Rights Project (HRS) promotes an understanding of worldwide genocide and human rights oppression and activism through academic coursework and co-curricular events open to the college and community at large.

 

For further information, contact :

Professor Florence Boodakian

Bradley Hall, room 227,

516.572.8101,

Florence.DeeBoodakian@ncc.edu.

Events

Welcome Back ! Hope your semester started well.  Due to the hectic schedules we all keep, the HRS Project meetings will be online this year. The meetings will take place on 9/30, 10/30 and 12/2.

 

Our Fall event is a presentation and workshop: Human Rights and Peace Literacy in the Age of Virtual Reality, Artificial Reality and Artificial Intelligence led by Paul K. Chappell, author of Peaceful Revolution and Peace Literacy Director of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation. So save the date: October 22nd 10am-4pm. We will discuss preparations for this event at our first meeting and I will email HRS faculty as well regarding Individual tasks.

 

 

 

Meetings

 

Nassau Community College

Human Rights Project

Meeting Dates:

Welcome Back ! Hope your semester started well.  Due to the hectic schedules we all keep, the HRS Project meetings will be online this year. The meetings will take place on 10/2, 10/30 and 12/2.