Human Rights


The Penalty film and discussion

January 18, 2018

Three extraordinary people embark on journeys of recovery, discovery and rebellion and find themselves centre stage in the biggest capital punishment crisis in modern memory. Join us for this film and a discussion with the director.


Global Voices Symposium Aims to Strengthen Inclusivity at UD

January 18, 2018

The annual Alumni Chair in Humanities Symposium kicks off on Tuesday, January 23, focusing on "Global Voices on the University of Dayton Campus".


The Time is Always Right

January 16, 2018

We’re on an ongoing journey on the road toward racial justice and equality for all. We must not falter on that journey.


A Kickstarter for Social Justice

January 12, 2018

How can you kick-start your students' passion for peace and justice?


Campus Initiative Focuses on Refugee and Immigration Issues in the Dayton Community

November 21, 2017

Campus partners attend the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U)?Conference to further develop a collaborate initiative on globalization here in Dayton.


The University of Dayton Summer Appalachia Program: UDSAP

November 03, 2017

Driving down the twisty, turning roads, windows roll down, music turns up and content hits my heart because like so many others God has led me home.


International Research

November 03, 2017

There?s not an obvious connection between water and information technology ? unless you ask Simanti Dasgupta.


A Passion for Human Rights Research

November 02, 2017

University of Dayton alumna Kata Lucas '12 credits the University's human rights studies program for sparking her interest in the Bosnian war and also encouraging her to question some of her family's views on the 3-year conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was settled in November 1995 by the Dayton Peace Accords.


Indigenous Women: NPAC 2017

October 30, 2017

The University of Dayton?s Native Peoples of the Americas Colloquium is an annual two-day forum focused on Native American culture and history. For more than 15 years the University has hosted speakers, performances and workshops to highlight Native American traditions and customs and to give voice to indigenous issues, perspectives and experiences.


Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Month

October 27, 2017

1 in 7. That is the number of Americans who are currently affected by poverty. Today, many Americans are living on the edge, forced to choose between basic necessities each day. A staggering 43.1 million Americans live below the poverty line. The University of Dayton dedicates the month of November to Hunger and Homelessness Awareness to highlight these widespread problems.

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