2014 Asian Symposium on Human Rights Education (SHARE) Hiroshima

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  • The 2014 edi­tion of the Asian Sym­po­sium on Human Rights Edu­ca­tion (SHARE) will be held at the Mit­sui Gar­den Hotel in Hiroshima, Japan on August 2 – 4, 2014. You are kindly invited by the PRESDA Foun­da­tion to attend and con­tribute to this out­stand­ing event.

    Main Theme: “Human Rights – The Road to Reform“

    The Uni­ver­sal Dec­la­ra­tion of Human Rights was estab­lished by the United Nations in 1948 to forge a new direc­tion for human­ity in which the inher­ent dig­nity and equal and inalien­able rights of all human beings are con­firmed and guar­an­teed. The human rights land­scape today, with its ever-​changing peaks and val­leys, has made some note­wor­thy advances in pro­mot­ing greater access to human rights on a global scale; how­ever, they can­not over­shadow the exist­ing vio­la­tions against human­ity that are aggra­vated through the dis­crim­i­na­tion and mar­gin­al­iza­tion of peoples.

    Human rights, which are deeply inter­twined with a nation’s social, polit­i­cal, and eco­nomic rights, are crit­i­cal to a nation’s well­be­ing and global peace. Unfor­tu­nately, the prob­lems fac­ing them today are wide­spread and com­plex, chal­leng­ing cus­toms and prej­u­dices that are deeply ingrained in the social fab­ric of a soci­ety. At the fore­front in the bat­tle for equal­ity today are women, indige­nous peo­ple, and minori­ties, to name a few.

    In many parts of the world, their rights and path to self-​determination are obstructed by sys­tem­atic dis­crim­i­na­tion and inequal­ity, result­ing in vary­ing degrees of abuse, vio­lence, inad­e­quate wages, forced labor, sup­pres­sion of speech, and over­all dis­em­pow­er­ment. More­over, their sit­u­a­tion is exac­er­bated by a legal sys­tem that opposes them or by their gov­ern­ments’ inabil­ity to pro­tect and pro­mote their rights.

    Hiroshima, Japan, the City of Peace, is proud to host the 2014 Asian Sym­po­sium on Human Rights Edu­ca­tion. The three-​day sym­po­sium in August will pro­vide an inter­dis­ci­pli­nary plat­form for aca­d­e­mics, researchers, pol­icy mak­ers, human rights advo­cates, stu­dents and pro­fes­sion­als. With the theme Human Rights: The Road to Reform, the con­fer­ence will pro­mote a greater under­stand­ing and access to human rights and help to equal­ize the process of globalization.

    Sym­po­sium Topics

    • Abduc­tion and Detention
    • Arms Con­trol
    • Arts and Cul­tural Life
    • Cen­sor­ship
    • Chil­dren and Youth
    • Civil Rights
    • Colo­nial­ism /​Post-​colonialism
    • Cor­po­rate Social Responsibility
    • Crimes Against Humanity
    • Dis­abil­ity Rights
    • Doc­u­ment­ing Human Rights Abuses
    • Domes­tic Violence
    • Elderly and Aging
    • Employ­ment and the Workplace
    • Envi­ron­men­tal Rights
    • Fam­i­lies /​Mar­riage and Parenting
    • Forced Dis­ap­pear­ance
    • Forced Labor and Slavery
    • Forced Mar­riage
    • Free­dom of Opin­ion and Expression
    • Gen­der Stud­ies (Women, Men, LGBT)
    • HIV/​AIDS
    • Human Rights Education
    • Human Traf­fick­ing and Sex­ual Slavery
    • Immi­gra­tion and Migrant Rights
    • Impris­on­ment and Torture
    • Indige­nous Peoples
    • Injus­tice and Inequality
    • Inter­na­tional Justice
    • Law and Compliance
    • Life, Lib­erty and Per­sonal Security
    • MDGs (poverty, uni­ver­sal edu­ca­tion, etc.)
    • Organ Traf­fick­ing
    • Peace Stud­ies
    • Phi­los­o­phy of Human Rights
    • Polit­i­cal Rights
    • Pri­vacy and Disclosure
    • Refugees and Dias­pora Issues
    • Reli­gious Freedom
    • Social Secu­rity

    Acknowledgements

    An inter­na­tional sym­po­sium of this scale and impor­tance is heav­ily depen­dent upon the sup­port and efforts of a ver­i­ta­ble army of indi­vid­u­als involved with the plan­ning, prepa­ra­tion, logis­tics, and com­mu­ni­ca­tion to ensure the suc­cess of SHARE 2014. We extend our deep­est appre­ci­a­tion to the fol­low­ing insti­tu­tions and people:

    SHARE 2014 Sponsor

    • The PRESDA Foundation

    Insti­tu­tional Affiliates

    • Domini­can Uni­ver­sity of Cal­i­for­nia, School of Busi­ness & Man­age­ment (USA)
    • Uni­ver­sity of Illi­nois at Chicago, Insti­tute for Envi­ron­men­tal Sci­ence and Pol­icy (USA)
    • Inter­na­tional Man­age­ment Insti­tute (India)

    Pro­gram Leadership

    • Prof. Bhi­maraya Metri, Inter­na­tional Man­age­ment Insti­tute (India) – Senior Adviser and Found­ing Chairperson
    • Prof. John Stay­ton, Sonoma State Uni­ver­sity, School of Busi­ness & Eco­nom­ics (USA) – Senior Adviser

    Pro­gram Committee

    • Prof. Christo­pher Leeds, Domini­can Uni­ver­sity of Cal­i­for­nia, School of Busi­ness & Man­age­ment (USA)
    • Prof. Vale­ria Markova, Cal­i­for­nia Lutheran Uni­ver­sity, School of Man­age­ment (USA)
    • Dr. T Kuong, Nagoya Uni­ver­sity, Cen­ter for Asian Legal Exchange (Japan)
    • Dr. William Brown, Nihon Uni­ver­sity (Japan)
    • Prof. Y Kawaguchi, Tokai Women’s Uni­ver­sity (Japan)
    • Prof. John Latzo, POSTECH (Korea)
    • Sayan­tan Sinha, Chair­man, Board of Trustees, PRESDA Foun­da­tion (Japan)
    • Gob­ind T Sha­hani, Sec­re­tary Gen­eral, Rotary Edu­ca­tion Foun­da­tion (India)
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