The Renewing a Human Rights Agenda webinar series explores the opportunities and challenges the nation and the new administration face regarding issues with human rights implications both in the United States and abroad.
Spring 2021 Webinar Series
- Find additional details about each event on our Events page
- February 24, 12:00 PM: Renewing a Human Rights Agenda: U.S. Foreign Policy
- March 10, 12:00 PM: Renewing a Human Rights Agenda: Defending Democracy in the U.S.
- March 24, 12:00 PM: Renewing a Human Rights Agenda: The Criminal Legal System
- April 7, 12:00 PM: Renewing a Human Rights Agenda: The Climate Crisis
- April 28, 12:00 PM: Renewing a Human Rights Agenda: Native American Rights
- May 19, 12:00 PM: Renewing a Human Rights Agenda: Immigration Policy and Migrant Justice
How to watch
- Join any of the above webinars at the following link: https://uiowa.zoom.us/j/94839769875
- All webinars are free and open to all
- No need to register in advance of the webinar
- A few days after each event, the webinar recording will be posted to the UICHR Youtube channel
- Freedom in the World 2021: Democracy Under Siege
- Freedom on the Net 2020: The Pandemic’s Digital Shadow
- Freedom House’s United States country page
- Breaking the Two-Party Doom Loop by Lee Drutman
- Uncivil Agreement: How Politics Became Our Identity by Lilliana Mason
- Accessible Elections: How the States Can Help Americans Vote by Michael Ritter and Caroline Tolbert
- The Ontology of Journalism by David Ryfe
- The algorithm audit: Scoring the algorithms that score us by Shea Brown, Jovana Davidovic, & Ali Hasan
The Human Rights that Benefits Nature article by the BBC
Kelly Montijo Fink
- Authors: Vine Deloria & Joseph Marshall, Poet Laureate Joy Harjo
- An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States by Roxane Dunbar Ortiz
- We the People lecture by Mark Charles
- Why Americans Should Unlearn Their History lecture by Kevin Gover
- Native humor, storytelling, & fun:
- Film: Christmas in the Clouds directed by Kate Montgomery
- YouTube: Natives React (channel: patrickisanavajo)
- Tik tok: Breet Mooswa (@brettstoise)
- For Native Music, check out the NAMMYS
- Gone, J. (2009). A community-based treatment for Native American historical trauma: Prospects for evidence-based practice. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 77, 751-762.
- Gone, J. (2013). Redressing First Nations historical trauma: Theorizing mechanisms for indigenous culture as mental health treatment. Transcultural Psychiatry, 50(5), 683-706.
- Gone, J. & Alcantra, C. (2007). Identifying effective mental health interventions for American Indians and Alaska Natives: A review of the literature. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 13(4), 356-363.
- Gone, J. & Trimble, J. (2012). American Indian and Alaska Native mental health: Diverse perspectives on enduring disparities. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, 8(1), 31-60.
The U.S. Asylum System in Crisis: Charting a Way Forward by the Migration Policy Institute
Rethinking the U.S. Legal Immigration System: A Policy Road Map by the Migration Policy Institute