Cherise Regier speaks on the topic ‘Employees’ Capability for Voice as a Determinant of Wellbeing: An Empirical Evaluation of the Right-to-Disconnect Legislation in Europe.’ Responder: Jean-Michel Bonvin, Professor of Sociology and Socioeconomics at the University of GenevaHDCA Webinar 2023 Work and Employment
Presentation by Dr Karen Lorimer
Co-Coordinator, HDCA Thematic Group on Gender and Sexuality
Dr Karen Lorimer (BA (Hons), MPhil, PhD, PGCAP, FHEA) is a Reader in Social Science and Health, in the School of Health & Life Sciences at Glasgow Caledonian University in Scotland. She is a sociologist, interested in sexual health, sexual wellbeing, capability approach and gender-based violence. She currently leads a British Academy/Leverhulme project on working class women and sexual violence.
Karen is an active member of the Gender Research and Equalities Network at GCU. She is a member of the Scottish Parliament Cross-Party Group on Sexual Health and Blood Borne Viruses, and is a member of the Scottish Government’s National Monitoring and Research Group (NMRG).HDCA Webinar Gender and Sexuality Health and Disability HDCA Videos
The Human Rights Thematic Group hosts a presentation by TG member Bill Walker, Ridley College, Melbourne, who picks up from Dustin Sharp’s recent talk to the HDCA Human Rights Thematic Group introducing the concept of a “larger we” (https://hd-ca.org/videos/a-larger-we-spirituality-identity-human-rights-and-social-change). In this presentation he describes his own spiritual journey of engaging with injustice through advocacy and other action for, with, and by communities.HDCA Webinar Human Rights HDCA Videos
Dustin Sharp, Associate Professor at the Kroc School of Peace Studies at the University of San Diego.
Dustin Sharp formerly served as researcher for Francophone West Africa at Human Rights Watch. He has published with Human Rights Quarterly and the Journal of Human Rights. He is the author of Rethinking Transitional Justice for the 21st Century: Beyond the End of History (CUP 2018).HDCA Webinar 2022 Human Rights
Practitioners Roundtable at the HDCA 2022 Global Dialogue Day
Organized by the Early Career Researchers and Practitioners Network (ECRPN)
Practitioners fulfill a crucial role in bringing about the opportunities people value and in realizing human development in diverse localized contexts. In this panel, four practitioners from government, NGOs and the UN discuss how they engage with and apply a human development framework in their work to bridge the divide between research and practice. The panelists offer experiences drawn from their practice and share insights on key questions.HDCA Webinar 2022 Early Career Researchers and Practitioners Network HDCA Videos
Talk by Dr. Bill Walker
Hosted by the HDCA Asia-Pacific Regional Network (APRN)
Amartya Sen and Paulo Freire are two of the most influential development thinkers of the last fifty years. While both emphasized that development requires freedom and justice, their writings emerged in markedly different contexts, their assumptions often differed, they reached distinctively different conclusions, and their work spawned separate movements. The presented paper aims to compare their thinking and explore potential synergies between them and their movements, which are germane to contemporary development.HDCA Webinar 2022 Asia-Pacific Region Network