Category Archives: Human Rights

Very Young Girls Screening + Panel Discussion

April 10, 2012 7:00pm- 9:00 pm Kane Hall 220 Cost: FREE | Registration required via http://bit.ly/xbTK2S Did you know we are in a crisis with the sex trafficking crisis locally, domestically and globally especially because of the growing prostitution problem? … Continue reading

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‘The Little Heart’ screening + Panel Discussion

Come join the UW Women’s Center for a free screening of the “The Little Heart” followed by a panel discussion on gender-based violence in Vietnam. The Little Heart’ screening + Panel Discussion Hosted by the University of Washington, Women’s Center   Monday, … Continue reading

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Free Film Showing: “The Last Train Home”

Geography’s Real To Reel  film series is offering a free showing of The Last Train Home, in the Allen Library Auditorium at 3:30pm on Thursday, February 9. The film indelibly portrays one family caught up in the midst ofChina’s annual New Year’s mass migration from the teeming urban centers back to … Continue reading

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Jan 19th Colloquium on Combating and Preventing Human Trafficking

Recent Developments in Combating and Preventing Human Trafficking: Facts, Myths, Challenges Brownbag colloquium by Dr. Helga Konrad Thursday, January 19, 11:45am-1:15pm, CMU #104 Sponsored by the UW Department of Communication Overview: In recent years hundreds of anti-trafficking recommendations have been … Continue reading

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May 17th Free Screening of Sex+Money: A National Search for Human Worth

Sex+Money: A National Search for Human Worth is a feature length documentary that follows a group of journalists as they travel in an RV across the United States, seeking to understand how the sexual exploitation of children has become the … Continue reading

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Colloquium today on Media Analysis of Seattle Homeless Encampment “Sweeps”

Media Analysis of Seattle Homeless Encampment “Sweeps”: On Research Methods and Public Scholarship Anis Bawarshi, George Dillon, Megan Kelly, Candice Rai, Sandy Silberstein, Gail Stygall, and Amoshaun Toft Friday, February 26 @ 3:30 PM / Savery 264 A group of … Continue reading

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Summer Social Science Courses

SLink classes for Summer quarter 09′ Continue reading

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