Past Events

Thursday, July 9

Building a Human Rights Cities Movement Against Structural Racism

Black resistances to dismantle violent police repression in the crux of the pandemic in the United States have inspired a global wave of resistance to both the immediate threats from violent police

4:00pm to 5:30pm
Online-Zoom

Wednesday, July 8

Racialized Police Violence in Global Perspective: Discussion on Settler Colonialism

Together with our friends at the Pitt Global Hub, we are excited to bring students, faculty and staff a virtual discussion every Wednesday in July that will give participants an opportunity to thin

4:00pm to 5:30pm
Virtual - Register Online!

Friday, July 3

VIRTUAL Interdisciplinary Global Educators Working Group: Session III

Have you wished for the opportunity to work with colleagues at your school to globalize a unit, lesson, or module?

9:00am to 12:00pm
Virtual

Wednesday, July 1

Racialized Police Violence in Global Perspective: Discussion on Race

Together with our friends at the Pitt Global Hub, we are excited to bring students, faculty and staff a virtual discussion every Wednesday in July that will give participants an opportunity to thin

4:00pm to 5:30pm
Virtual - Register Online!

VIRTUAL Interdisciplinary Global Educators Working Group: Session II

Have you wished for the opportunity to work with colleagues at your school to globalize a unit, lesson, or module?

9:00am to 12:00pm
Virtual

Monday, June 29

VIRTUAL Interdisciplinary Global Educators Working Group: Session I

Have you wished for the opportunity to work with colleagues at your school to globalize a unit, lesson, or module?

9:00am to 12:00pm
Virtual

Thursday, June 11

Local & Global Strategies for Advancing the Human Right to Housing

“Bringing Human Rights Home” Uniting People for Rights: US Human Rights Cities Webinar Series: Local & Global Strategies for Advancing the Human Right to Housing

4:00pm to 5:30pm
Online-Zoom

Thursday, May 28

Treating Racism as a Public Health Emergency

As we consider actions and strategies to limit the damage of the COVID-19 pandemic and build our community's capacity to prevent and limit damage from future crises, this forum addresses systemic r

4:00pm to 5:30pm
Online-Zoom

Thursday, May 14

Defending and Advancing Equity & Rights in the COVID-19 Economy

pAs those furthest behind economically find themselves on the front lines, we need policies that put needs of people furthest behind first to ensure health and well-being for all of us.br /

4:00pm to 5:30pm
Online-Zoom

Thursday, April 30 to Friday, May 1

Postponed: Human Trafficking Workshop

The Global Studies Center at the University of Pittsburgh and Liberty Shared will convene an interdisciplinary workshop on Human Trafficking on April 30 - May1, 2020 on the University of Pittsburgh

8:30am to 9:30am
University of Pittsburgh