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    October 2019
    30
    October
    7:00 pm — 8:00 pm
    @ St. Columba’s Episcopal Church | Washington, DC
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    Human Rights in Christian Perspective | Session 5 | St. Columba’s Episcopal Church | Washington, DC

    Session 5 “Care for the Poor: Economic & Social Rights” Using homelessness and the right to housing as a case study, this session examines economic and social rights in greater depth, exploring how these rights can be advanced in the context of the United States’ political and economic systems. This session outlines historical and contemporary Christian support for economic rights, and examines recent UN reports on poverty and homelessness in the United States. Visit the St. Columba’s Website.

    November 2019
    06
    November
    7:00 pm — 8:00 pm
    @ St. Columba’s Episcopal Church | Washington, DC
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    Human Rights in Christian Perspective | Session 6 | St. Columba’s Episcopal Church | Washington, DC

    Session 6 “Light to the Nations: Rights of Migrants, Refugees & Asylum Seekers” This session considers global mass migration and examines recent changes in U.S. policy on responding to migrants at our Southern border. Reflecting on biblical and theological perspectives, the human rights of migrants under international law, and global Christian responses to “people on the move,” this session invites conversation about faithful understandings and responses to contemporary dilemmas and debates. Visit the St. Columba’s Website.

    January 2020
    19
    January
    9:15 am — 10:15 am
    @ Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church
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    Human Rights in Christian Perspective | Session III | Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church Bethesda, Maryland

    The International Bill of Rights: United States & Ecumenical Engagement SESSION III of Human Rights in Christian Perspective This session introduces participants to the International Bill of Rights, including key human rights treaty agreements on civil and political as well as economic and social rights. It explores the extent of U.S. engagement with international human rights law, as well as diverse Christian support for human rights.

    26
    January
    9:15 am — 10:15 am
    @ Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church
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    Human Rights in Christian Perspective | Session VI | Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church | Bethesda, Maryland

    Light to the Nations: Rights of Migrants, Refugees & Asylum Seekers SESSION VI of Human Rights in Christian Perspective This session considers global mass migration and examines recent changes in U.S. policy on responding to migrants at our Southern border. Reflecting on biblical and theological perspectives, the human rights of migrants under international law, and global Christian responses to “people on the move,” this session invites conversation about faithful understandings and responses to contemporary dilemmas and debates.

    February 2020
    02
    February
    9:15 am — 10:15 am
    @ Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church
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    Human Rights in Christian Perspective | Session V | Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church | Bethesda, Maryland

    Care for the Poor: Economic & Social Rights SESSION V of Human Rights in Christian Perspective Using homelessness and the right to housing as a case study, this session examines economic and social rights in greater depth, exploring how these rights can be advanced in the context of the United States’ political and economic systems. This session outlines historical and contemporary Christian support for economic rights, and examines recent UN reports on poverty and homelessness in the United States.

    March 2020
    01
    March
    9:15 am — 10:15 am
    @ Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church
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    Human Rights in Christian Perspective | Session V | Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church | Bethesda, Maryland

    Care for the Poor: Economic & Social Rights SESSION V of Human Rights in Christian Perspective Using homelessness and the right to housing as a case study, this session examines economic and social rights in greater depth, exploring how these rights can be advanced in the context of the United States’ political and economic systems. This session outlines historical and contemporary Christian support for economic rights, and examines recent UN reports on poverty and homelessness in the United States.

    May 2020
    14
    May
    12:30 pm — 1:30 pm
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    Healthcare as a Moral Imperative

    Healthcare as a Moral Imperative A Faith and Human Rights Perspective Thurs., May 14, 2020 12:30-1:30 pm EDT   In the era of COVID-19, who gets testing and treatment—and at what cost? The global coronavirus pandemic has heightened the urgency of critical, long-running debates about health care access and affordability in the United States. Register here for the webinar. The United States stands alone in tying health insurance to employment, and in its unparalleled cost of health care. The current…

    July 2020
    12
    July
    10:00 am — 11:00 am
    @ Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church
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    14
    July
    All Day
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    Asylum Virtual Advocacy Days

    Justice Revival is partnering with fellow faith advocates from Interfaith Immigration Coalition and Church World Service to educate Members of Congress about the significant dismantling of asylum protections and the impact this has had on asylum seekers, immigrants, and unaccompanied children – on both sides of the southern U.S. border. America has long represented a beacon of hope and safety for people fleeing violence and persecution, as enshrined in international and U.S. law. Over the past few years, however, our…

    31
    July
    12:00 pm — 1:00 pm
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    Human Rights Accountability for Systemic Racism in U.S. Policing

    Human Rights Accountability for Systemic Racism in U.S. Policing A Public Roundtable in Collaboration with The Forum on Human Rights at the Carter Center Date: Fri. July 31st Time: Noon to 1:00 pm EDT Venue: View the live roundtable or watch the video via this link here. Registration: Registration is not required; however, to participate in the live chat online during the event, follow the prompt to “Join the Community” in the upper right of the event page. You’ll receive…

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