Cracow/Poland, 6-10 December 2012 – Received by e-mail, From: Sev Ozdowski, Date: 26/06/2012.
Invitation to attend the Third International Conference on HRE in Cracow Poland, 6-10 December 2012:
I am pleased to inform you that the “Third International Conference on Human Rights Education: Promoting Change in Times of Transition and Crisis”, will be held from 6-10 December at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland.
This time the conference will focus on both theoretical and practical issues faced by human practitioners in various parts of the world and in particular on the cultural, social and political change, as illustrated by the transition from communism to democracy in Eastern and South-eastern Europe over the last twenty years and current developments in Northern Africa, in the Middle East and Burma. It will provide an opportunity for discussion on the present economic difficulties in the West as well as contemporary topical issues including crisis of multiculturalism, racism and other forms of discrimination or challenges to the universality of human rights.
The conference program, a list of invited speakers and registration details can be found on the conference website 3rd International Conference on Human Rights Education.
We look forward to seeing you in December at the Conference. With very best regards, Sincerely,
Dr Sev Ozdowski OAM FAICD, President, Australian Council for Human Rights Education, Convenor of the First IHRE Conference, Sydney 2012, Director, Equity and Diversity University of Western Sydney, Werrington Campus, Building AK.G.07, Tel +61 2 9678 7378, Fax +61 2 9678 7373, Mob +61 413 474744, e-mail, Website.
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