We look forward to our next CAHRI call on Monday December 2nd from 1pm until 2pm EST.
To join the conference you need to dial 613-683-3450 or toll free 1-866-490-2326 and enter pass code 9053 followed by the pound(#) key. Once in the conference you can mute your audio by pressing Star(*) 6 and unmute with pound(#) 6.
From: Viviana Fernandez
Sent: October-29-19 3:00 PM
To: HR centres list (hr-research-centres(a)lists.umanitoba.ca) <hr-research-centres(a)lists.umanitoba.ca>
Subject: DEC 2 from 1pm to 2pm EST - CAHRI call
Thank you to those who participated in the doodle poll.
Based on the most popular option, the next CAHRI call will be on Monday December 2nd from 1pm until 2pm (EST). I will send a 1800 number to use for the call closer to the date. If you would like to add specific issues to the agenda, do not hesitate to send your ideas to the group.
We look forward to the discussion. Best wishes,
From: Viviana Fernandez
Sent: October-24-19 1:44 PM
To: HR centres list (hr-research-centres(a)lists.umanitoba.ca<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>) <hr-research-centres(a)lists.umanitoba.ca<mailto:email@example.com>>
Subject: CAHRI call
I hope this note finds you well. Fall is well underway and we would like to organize a call of our group.
Please indicate your availability through this Doodle poll https://doodle.com/poll/guwqm8upu76uqsmk.
If you would like to discuss specific issues during the meeting, do not hesitate to let us know.
We will provide a 1-800 number to connect once the date is chosen.
Very best wishes,
Directrice adjointe | Assistant Director
Centre de recherche et d'enseignement sur les droits de la personne |
Human Rights Research and Education Centre
Université d'Ottawa | University of Ottawa
1. St. Paul's University College<https://uwaterloo.ca/stpauls/>
Tenure-track Position in Human Rights
St. Paul’s University College, at the University of Waterloo, invites applications for a tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor in Human Rights. The position will commence on August 1, 2020.
Candidates must hold a doctorate in a relevant discipline with a demonstrated record of scholarship focused on human rights. Specific expertise in either the rights of Indigenous peoples or the rights of refugees would align well with other College priorities but our central objective is to appoint someone with a broad understanding of the theory and practice of human rights. Professional experience in human rights work is an asset, but not a requirement.
Please note that St. Paul’s has a remarkably strong sense of community and we look for faculty and staff who will contribute to the life and work of the College as a whole.
In addition to the standard cover letter and curriculum vitae, applications must include a two-page syllabus that shows how you would structure a one-semester course titled Introduction to Human Rights. Applications may be sent via email to Charlene Hone<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>. Questions about the position may be directed to the chair of the search committee, Dr. Peter Frick<mailto:email@example.com>. The closing date is Friday, December 6th.
St. Paul’s is proud to have a diverse faculty group. We welcome applications from all qualified individuals including women, Indigenous people, members of visible minorities and persons with disabilities. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority in the recruitment process.