Lecture Series

​Every academic year, Trinity’s Human Rights Program hosts a series of  contentspeakers. The lectures bring to campus leading human rights academics and advocates, who often interact with students in small-group.  Speakers have included former international judges and foreign leaders; prominent human rights scholars; directors of major human rights organizations; current and former government officials; leading defense attorneys; as well as human rights victims and local contentactivists.  Topics cover the spectrum of human rights issues, including the war on terror, ethics, health and science, women’s rights, international law, children’s rights, the environment, and truth commissions. 

Spring 2015 Events

The Human Rights Program and Language and Culture Studies Department proudly present the 2015 Human Rights Advocacy Fellow-in-Residence, Jorge Alberto Miyagui Oshiro, Peruvian artist/activist.  Jorge will be visiting the campus this week.  Click here for the poster.

Common Hour Event, 12:15 p.m.‐1:30 p.m. Washington Room, Mather Hall

“Arte en Espacio Público: Las Brigadas Muralistas y el Museo Itinerante Arte por la Memoria/Art in Public Space: The Experiences of the Mural Brigade and the Itinerant Art Memory Museum in Peru” Spanish with English interpretation

Formal Presentation, 6:00 p.m.‐8:00 p.m. McCook Auditorium

“El Sr. Miyagui Contraataca: Desdibujando los Límites entre Arte y Política/ Mr. Miyagui Fights Back:  Blurring the Lines between Art and Politics” Spanish with English interpretation

Reception to follow, Terrace Rooms, Mather Hall

Get your Paint on!  Public Mural Painting                                                                   Friday, February 6, 2:00 p.m.‐5:00 p.m.  Broad Street Gallery                                      Saturday, February 7, noon‐4:00 p.m.  Broad Street Gallery

Past Lecture Series

2006-2007:  The Global Impact of the ‘War on Terror’ on Human Rights
2005-2006:  The Environment and Human Rights
2004-2005:  Understanding Women’s Rights as Human Rights

2003-2004:  The Role of Ethics and Human Rights in the Political Arena

2002-2003:  The Promotion of International Human Rights Policy: Is the U.S. a Party to IT?
2001-2002:  Truth, Justice, and Reconciliation: Confronting the Past, Constructing the Future
2000-2001:  The Next Generation: Protecting and Promoting Children’s Rights