CALL FOR PROPOSALS – 8th International Conference on Human Rights Education in Montreal, Canada Published in 2017 CALL FOR WORKSHOP SUBMISSIONS and PAPER PROPOSALS The International Conference on Human Rights Education (ICHRE) is the forum for practitioners, policy-makers and academics to explore innovative education solutions to global challenges. This 3.5-day conference will assemble 300 participants from all over the world for practical workshops and insightful sessions featuring the latest tools, knowledge and good practices in human rights education. Deadline to submit: April 30th, 2017 We invite you to submit a proposal on this year’s theme: Bridging our Diversities In our globalized world today, we are experiencing more and more conflict based on ethnic, religious, and socio-economic identities and differences. Communities are struggling to respond to the impact of global migration patterns and the challenges associated with managing greater diversity. As our understanding of human rights and equality continues to evolve, we are constantly challenged to ensure the equitable participation of women, youth and groups that have been marginalized, including indigenous peoples; refugees/newcomers; visible minorities; lesbian, gay, transgender, bisexual, queer and intersex (LGBTQI) people; and people living with disabilities. More than ever, there is a need for approaches that promote understanding, respect, inclusion, equality and reconciliation. Human rights education is a key strategy in this regard. At the Conference, we will work together to develop a dynamic articulation of the value of human rights education as well as document a collection of innovative and effective strategies and practices to respond to current global challenges. Join us in Montreal for some of the most important conversations of our time – Ian Hamilton, Equitas Executive Director To submit a proposal and learn more about the conference, please visit the Conference page here.