• Global Human Rights Hub

    Empowering Rights through Research

In our work to empower rights through research, the Global Human Rights Hub offers a variety of events and activities. Join us for working group meetings to workshop research in progress and receive feedback. Themed conferences provide networking and publication opportunities and featured speakers bring Hub faculty, post-doctoral scholars and graduate students together to engage in intellectual dialogue. If you are interested in presenting your work, please contact us at ghrhub@asu.edu

Event Highlights

Upcoming Events at the Hub


GRH Hub Fall 2021 Working Group Meetings


Trafficking Working Group

September 21, 1-2pm 

Grant discussion



November 16, 10-11am

The impact of COVID-19 on human trafficking in Latin America and the Caribbean presented by Dr. Kathleen Vogel.



International Law Working Group

September 22, 1-2pm 

The History of Genocide Awareness Week (GAW) and It's Future at ASU

Join John Liffiton, Board Member and Director of Genocide Awareness, as he discusses the history behind Genocide Awareness Week and ways to get involved through ASU.



November 17, 1-2pm 

Collaborative Granting on International Law and Human Rights Research

Join ASU Global Human Rights Hub International Law Working Group as we discuss strategic grant targeting and research program development on international human rights.  



Gender Working Group

October 6, 2021, 12:00-1:00pm 

How I Built It: Writing a Book and Navigating the Research Process 

Panelists: Dr. Miki Kittilson and Dr. Magda Hinojosa 



November 3, 2021, 12:00-1:00pm 

Women’s Participation in Protest Movements in South America

Presenter: Camila Paez Bernal (PhD Student in the School of Politics and Global Studies)

Zoom: https://asu.zoom.us/j/85421537463?pwd=aW91cER2WlczSituNC9QUkw4TjF6QT09


December 1, 12:00-1:00pm

Group discussion on the #MeToo movement worldwide 




Migration Working Group

October 20th, 1-2 pm

Group discussion with Rebecca Hamlin of her new book, Crossing: How We Label and React to People on the Move (2021),



COVID-19 information

Fall 2021 Update page  |  FAQ page   | Novel coronavirus updates