Register today for our institutes in San Diego, New York City, and Austin! Our human rights education (HRE) summer institutes provide educators, students and interested community stakeholders an opportunity to learn more about HRE, our whole school work, and engagement opportunities.

In San Diego (June 25-27), hear a keynote from Eva Pacheco, founder of EJE Academies; attend a workshop to learn how to improve digital literacy using human rights and film; learn from innovative local educators and administrators; take a human rights education walking tour; and attend a special screening of With This Light followed by a talk back with the Executive Producer Jessica Sorawitz. Receive academic credit for attending through UCSD. Register by Friday, June 16.

In New York (June 29-30), meet human rights defenders Iman Le Caire, founder of Trans Asylias, and Dale Williams, Executive Director of Midnight Run; participate in a story exchange led by Narrative 4 and learn how to use narrative as a tool for human rights education in your classroom; take part in workshop lessons with lead educators, who will share effective strategies for integrating HRE in any subject area. Register by Friday, June 16.

In Austin (July 27-29), join students and educators in sessions featuring multiple ways to teach HRE through the arts: A theater workshop, an interactive filmmaking workshop with Austin based ConnectHer, and a human rights-themed art tour of the Blanton Museum of Art. In addition, hear a keynote by news commentator and Evangelist for Good, Jehmu Greene; learn strategies for connecting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with HRE; attend a special screening of With This Light ; and connect with innovative local educators and community leaders. Receive up to 18 hours professional development credit through AISD. Register by Friday, July 14.