Monthly Archives: March 2014

Marcel G’s Prezi on Human Rights and the European Idea

Last year, I posted about the talented students I had the privilege to teach during the Fall 2013 semester (https://sherrierussell-brown.com/2013/12/02/thank-you-to-my-hr200-students-kevin-uretsky-et-al-and-happy-hanukkah/). Well, the Spring 2014 semester is no different! I have a great group of students, again, who continue to challenge me and are engaged with human rights issues (see, e.g., https://sherrierussell-brown.com/2014/03/12/unicef-tap-project/). One of those brilliant […]

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UNICEF Tap Project

The Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute’s Human Rights Program tweeted a picture (https://twitter.com/hunterHRP/status/443153813583581184) of my students putting human rights in action, thanks to one of my students, Josh D, who brought the mobile form of UNICEF’s Tap Project (http://www.unicefusa.org/campaigns/tap-project/) to our attention. Visit http://tap.unicefusa.org/ on your cellphone and for every ten minutes you do not […]

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