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Zoryan Institute Hosts a Free Webinar on Indigenous Peoples, Colonialism and Climate Justice

Interested in learning more about climate change, the rights of Indigenous Peoples, and the roles of Indigenous leadership, languages and knowledges in advancing climate justice goals? Join us on Wednesday, March 9th at 3:00PM EST for a free webinar presented by Professor Deborah McGregor, Professor at York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School, and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Environmental Justice.

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Registration is OPEN for the 2022 Genocide and Human Rights University Program (GHRUP) (ONLINE)

The Genocide and Human Rights University Program (GHRUP) is an annual, intensive, graduate-level summer course that explores fundamental issues relating to gross violations of human rights and the prevention of genocide. Taught by leading experts over a 2-week period, this course is comparative and interdisciplinary in nature, and incorporates genocide theory, history, sociology, political science, anthropology and international law.

Borders, Captivity and Memory in Transnational Italy and the Mediterranean: virtual symposium 3/18 and 4/08

We invite you to save the date and register for the following virtual symposium, to be held on March 18 and April 8, 2022, via zoom. Please share with colleagues and students who may be interested:

Borders, Captivity and Memory in Transnational Italy and the Mediterranean 

virtual symposium 

March 18 and April 8, 2022