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Sean Broda Reflections of a staff member: The world has recently witnessed a plethora of turning points that speak of the hopes and vulnerabilities which are inherent in being human and demonstrate that change in the service of human rights and peace is possible. His passwords for life are curiosity and compassion. On top of all this, the collapse of the global financial system and the serious, rapid destruction of the environment have brought the world to a precarious state of vulnerability. Back to Staff Directory. A recipient of several national teaching awards, Baden teaches Cultural Studies in the Bachelor of Arts.

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Activating Human Rights and Peace

He sees culture as the crucial fabric of political and social life. Prior to his academic career he worked for The Theosophical Society in Chennai, India, fromlecturing widely on Buddhism, Advaita Vedanta and contemporary Indian philosophies. Baden's research focuses on questions of identity, social justice, sexuality and gender, human rights, diversity and pedagogy. This enlightening collection of well thought through cases is aimed at academics and students of human rights, political science, law and justice, peace and conflict studies and sociology. School of Arts and Social Sciences Telephone: Kevin Hogan International student:

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He sees culture as the crucial fabric of political and social life. Activating human rights and peace is, therefore, a project that is always in progress, and is never finally achieved. He has had many Honours students and 12 PhD student completions with projects on gender and LGBTQ identity, cultural citizenship, surfing culture, refugees, Indigenous and critical pedagogy, journalism ethics, decolonisation, creative writing, ecocultural studies, activism, belonging, Buddhism and Foucault, critical race studies, human rights. Clements; Voices for hope: On issues from tourism to the Olympics, in settings from classroom to detention centre, and domains from the political to the metaphysical, the sense that human rights and peace are animating concepts in all our lives gains appreciably in substance and salience.

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