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Linda Hartling is the director of the Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies network. Living in Portland, Oregon. She will also be the director of the World Dignity University.

A Reflection on Boston: Protection through Connection and Collaboration

A Letter to the Editor of the Boston Globe newspaper:

Undaunted by horror, heartbreak, and ominous uncertainty, the people of Boston stood strong. In their race against terror, Boston showed us how courage through connection and collaboration can be our… Continue reading

TEDx Teachers College: Columbia University, New York City, April 23, 2013

TEDx Teachers College: Columbia University, New York City, April 23, 2013
When: 9:00 AM ~ 4:30 PM, April 23, 2013
Where: Cowin Center Auditorium (Horace Mann 147), Teachers College, Columbia University
Register:
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As… Continue reading

EDUCATION ACROSS THE AMERICAS CONFERENCE: April 18-20th; Columbia University, New York City

EDUCATION ACROSS THE AMERICAS CONFERENCE!

As you know the ALAS team has been very hard at work to make this a success. Our only request is that you circulate the flier and program as much as you possibly… Continue reading

Diversity in Research and Practice Conference 2013: “Changing the Game: Expanding Discourses in Research”

Diversity in Research and Practice Conference (DiRP)
2013 Conference Theme:
“Changing the Game: Expanding Discourses in Research”

Friday April 19 – Saturday April 20, 2013
Teachers College, Columbia University
Joyce Cowin Conference Center | 525 W 120th Street, New York… Continue reading

Creative Maladjustment Week! (July 7-July 14, 2013)

TODAY, we at MindFreedom International are PROUD to announce the launch of a brand new website to promote what promises to be the biggest and most fantastically creative mad pride event the world has ever seen: the inaugural CREATIVE MALADJUSTMENT… Continue reading 

Fall Online Professional Course: Human Dignity, Human Rights, and Sustainable Post-Disaster Reconstruction

University of Massachusetts Professional Course

Offered through the Center for Sustainable Building after Disasters

PRFTRN 104 – Human Dignity, Human Rights, and Sustainable Post-Disaster Reconstruction

CEU: 3.5

Description: Understanding the intersecting dynamics of human dignity, humiliation, and human rights in… Continue reading

Editorial: Forced Migration and Displacement During the Arab Spring

Journal of Internal Displacement.

This is to notify you that Volume 2, Number 2 of the JID is released.

Table of Contents
Editorial: Forced Migration and Displacement During the Arab Spring
Veronica P. Fynn
JID (2012), Vol. 2 No. 2,… Continue reading

MINI BOOK REVIEW: The Leaderless Revolution

MINI BOOK REVIEW: The Leaderless Revolution: How Ordinary People Will Take Power and Change Politics in the Twenty-First Century.

Author: Carne Ross (2011). Published by Blue Rider Press, NY.

REVIEW
As a member of collaborative community working for global change,… Continue reading

NEW BOOK by the Center for Rebuilding Sustainable Communities after Disasters (CRSCAD)

Announcing a new book by the Center for Rebuilding Sustainable Communities after Disasters (CRSCAD)

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Rebuilding Sustainable Communities with Vulnerable Populations after the Cameras Have Gone: A Worldwide Study, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, U.K.: Newcastle upon Tyne, 2012, xvi+513pp., Isbn13:… Continue reading

Why We Need to Know About Dag Hammarskjold Now: 2nd UN Secretary General

Briefing: Why We Need to Know About Dag Hammarskjold Now: 2nd UN Secretary General

Date: March 16th, 2012, 1:30-3:30pm

Location: United Nations

RSVP by March 10, 2012 to Virginia Swain, Institute for Global Leadership, at vswain@global-leader.org or… Continue reading