15th Human Rights Summer Seminar

Human Rights / Sustainability Campus Community Dialogue

Human Rights in Hawai'i and the World

The philosophy of the training program is dedication to the promotion of human rights principles and a culture of peace through education and personal empowerment. The course advocates the use of public law instruments in implementing civil, political, economic, social, cultural, collective and solidarity rights. The week long seminar strives for social justice in the development of a sustainable society in Hawaii.

Every annual seminar includes an action focusing on how Hawaii can participate as citizens of the world to make a difference in a global campaign.

Human Rights / Sustainability Campus Community Dialogue

Friday, July 25th, 12:30-2pm

2500 Campus Rd

Honolulu, HI

Human Rights / Sustainability Campus Community Dialogue

State of Human Rights in 2014


Human Rights in the United States of America: People's Centered Approach to Realize Rights Through the UN Human Rights Treaty Bodies & the UN Human Rights Council


The Major Emerging Issues in International Environmental & Human Rights Law

The UN World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, the Sustainable Development Goals & the Climate Change Treaty

Hawai'i Institute for Human Rights

Hawai'i Institute for Human Rights (HIHR) is a grassroots movement working toward the promotion and protection of human rights around the world. HIHR focuses on fundamental freedoms of all people and respecting our planet.