Fulbright Chair

 Fulbright Chair in Human Rights and Social Justice

The Human Rights Research and Education Centre (HRREC) regularly hosts a Fulbright Canada Research Chair working in human rights and social justice issues.

Located in the nation’s capital, the Centre is in close proximity to the Houses of Parliament, federal government ministries, foreign embassies, the national offices of many non-governmental organizations, and is a short travel distance to the major cities of Montreal and Toronto. The Centre is interested in furthering discussion on, and broadening its understanding of, a wide array of domestic and international human rights and social justice issues.

Examples of proposed research explore issues around human rights and the arts, political science, women’s health and sociology. Learn more about our Centre.

Interested researchers are invited to review our research areas, the profiles of our academic members and contact Director John Packer to develop their Fulbright applications.

Additional information on our Chair and how to apply or about the Fulbright programs can be found online.


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