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Social Justice & Human Rights Dialogues

Upcoming Dialogue

Europe After Pax Americana, Jan Techau

A Conversation about the American Election
discussion on american election

The Middle Eastern War That Destabilized Europe: Syria and Its Consequences
discussion on middle eastern war


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How to Participate

There are multiple ways to participate in the dialogues.

Attend Events

CWU students, staff and faculty, as well as the community are encouraged to attend the dialogues and participate. If you have an idea for an event, share it with a CWU faculty member or one of the SJHR Executive Committee Members.  

Visit the event calendar for upcoming activities.

Submit an Evaluation

All attendees are provided an opportunity to evaluate each event. Your input is critical in helping us determine the success of the event and determine areas of needed improvement. Evaluation forms can be completed in person, immediately following the event, or you may submit an evaluation online.

Link to online survey is not yet available. Check back soon.

Bring the Dialogue Into Your Classroom

Faculty may incorporate the dialogue framework into their classroom discussions, readings, homework and/or extra credit assignments. Faculty are also urged to encourage their students to attend the SJHR events.

Contact Judy Hennessy, faculty engagement subcommittee member for assistance in brainstorming creative dialogue ideas for your classroom.

Host A Campus Event

Faculty and staff may host a dialogue in the form of a lecture, panel discussion, book review, or any other number of creative public fora. Be creative and make it purposeful. For more information visit Host an Event.  

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