Curriculum for Change: An Educator Institute for Stopping Violence Against Women
Monday, June 14, 2004 2:50 PM

Presented by Amnesty International USA's Western Region Human Rights Educators Network

Join concerned educators for an institute to explore ending violence against women. During this four-day event, participants will share experiences, move toward broader understanding, and work together in finding solutions to this complex issue.

From Wednesday, July 21st through Saturday, July 24th at Seattle University in Seattle, Washington, come together with teachers, students and community members for presentations, workshops and fieldwork. Participants will examine the roles we can play as educators in ending violence against women.

How do we begin a dialogue about violence against women? What challenges have we faced and how can we build upon our knowledge of those experiences? The Institute will provide opportunities to join others in seeking, sharing and making sense of what we know about violence against women.

The cost for the institute itself is only $125, if you register by June 15th. Three units of course credit (continuing ed) available for $105. Academic (degree applicable) course credit will also be available upon request.

For more information about events and speakers, please visit the Amnesty USA website. The registration form, along with information on housing and meals, is available as well.