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The Centre for Human Rights Education

  • is committed to the achievement, protection and promotion of human rights
  • is committed to multi-disciplinary understandings of human rights
  • is committed to dialogue across communities, cultures, nations and religions about human rights
  • engages in teaching, research, consultancy and community education to realise these commitments.

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CHRE’s first post graduate colloquium day a success

On Saturday 8 August 2015, the Centre for Human Rights Education (CHRE) held its first post graduate research colloquium at the Centre for Aboriginal Studies at Curtin University. Seven PhD students presented their research to the audience who comprised of Centre staff, other students and supervisors. CHRE lecturer, Dr Lisa Hartley, was the MC for […] read more

The Banner image is the SIEV X memorial in Canberra that remembers the 353 men, women and children who drowned on 20 October 2001 when their boat sank en route to Australia. All were seeking asylum.
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