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Book panel "Emancipatory Human Rights and the University" - Shared screen with speaker view
Els Van vliet
19:31
sorry mijn geluid werkt niet.
Anne-Marie Vreman
20:05
Hello everyone!
Aviva Doery
20:10
Tucson, AZ USA
Elizabeth Kasa-Malksoo
20:12
Tallinn, ESTONIA, hello to all
Rana Kuseyri
20:12
The Hague, NL
Antoine Buyse
20:12
Utrecht, the Netherlands
Gloria Alter
20:17
Decals, IL near Chicago
Sandra Sirota
20:19
Connecticut, USA
Saskia Daru
20:20
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Els Van vliet
20:22
nu wel, hallo everybody
Conny Huisman
20:24
Maasdijk, The Netherlands
Carolien Demey
20:25
Kortrijk, Belgium (flanders) Euope
Ruth Steenstra Toussaint
20:26
Almere, Netherlands
Liesbeth Breek
20:29
Haarlem Netherlands
Shawna Richardson
20:30
New York City, USA
Krystal Wang
20:30
Chengdu, China
Raymond Smith
20:33
University of Arizona, Tucson
Carrie Cuthbert
20:35
Massachusetts, USA
Marianne Morren
20:36
Zeist
Felisa Tibbitts
20:37
New York, USA
William Simmons
20:37
Hello Everyone, I'm currently in Scotland - but from California
Matias Penhos
20:37
Good afternoon, Matías Penhos, from Quilmes, Argentina
Barbara Oomen
20:38
Middelburg, the Netherlands
Andrew Murray
20:40
Chennai, India
Sen Raj
20:41
Manchester, UK
Vera Cubela Adoric
20:45
Zadar, Croatia
Marlène Van Benthem
20:51
Netherlands, The Hague
Carolien Demey
20:53
Belgium
Anne-Marie Vreman
20:58
This is Anne-Marie Vreman, Ede from the Netherlands, President Union Soroptimist clubs in the Netherlands, Surinam and Curacao
Wilma Göttgens
20:58
Hello everybody I'm participating from Nijmegen The Netherlands
Wenche Barth Eide
20:58
Wenche Barth Eide,
Sahar D. Sattarzadeh
20:58
Greetings, Family! Happy to join you all here from the ancestral, traditional, and unceded lands of the Delaware, Piankashaw, Wea, Miami, Kickapoo, Potawatomi, and Shawnee (aka Indianapolis, USA).
Joke ten Kate
21:07
joke ten Kate from Haarlem Netherlands
Wenche Barth Eide
21:20
Wenche Barth Eide, Oslo, Norway
Sija van Mourik
22:32
Sija van Mourik Amsterdam The Netherlands
Ana María Ortega y Milanesi
41:40
Thanks Dr. Tibbits
Deana Halonen
42:07
Felicia, can you please put your email contact information here in the chat.
Barbara Oomen
42:22
Thanks so much! Have you also looked at the 1960 Unesco Convention against Discrimination in Education, which I always feel is forgotten?
Felisa Tibbitts
43:10
f.l.tibbitts@uu.nl
Deana Halonen
43:28
Huge thanks.
Francis Adaikalam
01:07:55
Francis@loyolacollege.edu
Regina Cortina
01:08:53
cortina@tc.columbia.edu
Felisa Tibbitts
01:15:18
Please feel free to put your questions in the chatbox. We will be moving to Q&A shortly.
Matias Penhos
01:19:49
Since the 2nd Regional Conference on Higher Education (2008) in Latin America we have been talking about the right to higher education. It is something very curious, if we take into account the social inequalities that characterize the region. Question: What is the progress in this regard, for South Africa and India? Is this notion talked about in this regard?
Joke ten Kate
01:24:49
I want to thank all four speakers so much. It was interesting te learn from the education around the globe.
Felisa Tibbitts
01:25:08
Thank you for attending!
Saskia Daru
01:28:34
How do Mr Keet and Ms Cortina view the emphasis of Mr Adaikalam on economic rights?
Andre Keet
01:29:20
andre.keet@mandela.ac.za
Michael Okyerefo
01:29:46
To what extent has human rights in higher education a co-relation with the human rights situation in the countries in which the institutions studied exist and how does this influence a global discourse?
Matias Penhos
01:31:36
Thank you Francis, Andre and Regina!
Carolien Demey
01:32:59
Education is voted on in Soroptimist Europe as the 6 years strategy topic, together with gender equality. The huge amount of "human capital" composed by our 32.500 members in Europe guarantees the huge involvement in this topic on ALL levels, . Thanks to all worldwide intervenants this evening.
Barbara Oomen
01:33:35
Such a wonderful discussion! I would like to learn more about the action component of human rights education. How 'activist' was human rights teaching in the universities that you studied, and how do you reflect on this?
Ana María Ortega y Milanesi
01:36:11
Greetings! Wonderful reflections. I regret to leave. Thanks all the panelist and Dr. Tibbitts
Carolien Demey Incoming President Soroptimist Europe
01:38:20
Excellent remark Barbara Oomen !
Saskia Daru
01:40:32
Very interesting to see all the different dimensions of human rights education in universities: access to education, the content of the education, the representation and recognition of diverse groups... Thank you so much!
Deana Halonen
01:40:38
So, so true, Regina.
Sahar D. Sattarzadeh
01:41:07
Thank you for this time and space to be together on this timely and relevant topic . . . Since we don’t have time, just sharing a question for future thought and consultation: The World Declaration on Higher Education for the Twenty-First Century: Vision and Action is oftentimes considered both “radical” and “idealistic” regarding the purpose and responsibilities of higher education institutions, including a critical turning inward of human rights axiologies, epistemologies, pedagogies, and praxes. How have you all been reimagining the roles of HEIs beyond the courses and subjects they are teaching related to HRE?
Felisa Tibbitts
01:45:05
Street Law
Susan Gollifer
01:46:09
Thank you so much for the rich discussion and important food for thought. I missed the first half and wondered if this session has been recorded and where it will be accessible? Many thanks again, Sue Gollifer.
Obi Eneh
01:46:35
Thanks to all the presenters! Can’t wait to read the book
Andre Keet
01:46:53
Many thanks everyone
Mareike Niendorf
01:46:58
Thank you everyone for the fantastic presentations and the discussion! Special thank you to all the panelists! I'm very much looking Forward to the book
Barbara Oomen
01:47:00
Same here, thanks so much!
Wilma Göttgens
01:47:00
thanks very much for this interesting webinar.