The Association of Human Rights Institutes (AHRI) consists of over 70 member institutions that carry out research and education in the field of human rights. The objective of AHRI is to promote research, education and discussion in the field of human rights.
AHRI Conference 2020
The future of human rights: Socio-economic rights, equality and development
The 2020 AHRI Conference will take place on 4 - 5 September 2020 in Pretoria, South Africa. Abstracts and panel discussion proposals are requested under the following tracks:
- Track 1: Vulnerability and discrimination
- Track 2: Future opportunities and challenges in the protection of socio-economic rights
- Track 3: Ensuring implementation of human right
AHRI Conference 2018
Renewing Rights in Times of Transition: 70 Years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
The Global Justice Academy holds the Secretariat of the Association of Human Rights Institutes. We hosted the annual conference in Edinburgh on 6-8 September 2018.
The Global Justice Academy has recorded some keynote lectures and audio interviews (and transcripts) with key figures in the global justice debate. These are free for all to view and to listen to and are collected in the following media libraries.
The Global Justice Academy and Global Development Academy collaborate on a joint podcast series called 'The Global Conversation'.
Funded by a Knowledge Exchange Grant, 'The Global Conversation' is a series of interviews with academics, activists and practitioners whose work is directly concerned with issues of global justice and international development.
The Political Settlements Research Programme hosts a series of podcasts relating to the programme's research interests and broader activities of the consortium partners.
- Listen and download The Global Conversation on iTunes U
- Listen to the Political Settlements Research Programme podcasts on the PSRP website