delappcoverphoto-2ad466g-768x284Every year Northwestern University Community for Human Rights hosts an undergraduate conference, inviting delegates to come to Northwestern’s Evanston, IL campus and participate in a three day conference on a particular human right’s topic.

This year’s topic examines and explores the meaning of “Art” in the context of Human Rights. Numerous scholars, activists, artists and policymakers will speak about activism and propaganda within art forms such as graffiti, photography, theatre and more.

Food and hotel accommodations will be provided free of expense to all delegates, and we will provide up to a $200 travel stipend to those who demonstrate financial need.

The program runs from January 12-15th, and applications are due November 7th at 11:59PM. 


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