The Southeast Asia Human Rights and Peace Studies Network (SEAHRN) is now accepting paper abstract applications for its Sixth International Conference on Human Rights and Peace & Conflict
With the theme “Transforming Human Rights and Peace in Southeast Asia: Fostering Innovation and Inclusion,” the conference will be held on 13-15 October 2020 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
For more information and to apply, please visit: http://bit.ly/SeahrnConference2020
In a highly competitive and connected global society, Southeast Asia is challenged with constant dynamics and disruptions. Although many parts of the region have experienced unprecedented amount of growth and development, human rights and peace have remained stuck in the sidelines. To navigate constant shifts of perspectives in the region, transforming ways in which we promote, study and understand human rights and peace need to be achieved. Such transformations can reinforce and strengthen cultural values in the region, as it seeks o adapt and to innovate, to ensure all peoples are recognized, included, and engaged in upholding human rights and peace. The SEAHRN and its members are to committed this advocacy thru the advancement of evidence-based research and knowledge dissemination.
SEAHRN’s Sixth International Conference on Human Rights and Peace & Conflict in Southeast Asia, organized in partnership with the Center for Security and Peace Studies, University of Gadjah Mada and Center for Human Rights Studies, Islamic University of Indonesia, is calling all scholars, academics, practitioners as well as activists to collaborate and contribute to ways knowledge on human rights and peace is problematized, generated, and disseminated in the Region.
The University of the Philippines Law Center Institute of Human Rights is a member of SEAHRN.