Become a Member

Who makes up HRE USA?

 

HRE USA is a coalition of hundreds of members across the country, and we continue to grow daily. We are academics, activists, parents, educators, students, unions, policy makers, social scientists, software engineers, professors, artists, and non-profit organizations united with a common mission: the education of human rights.

 


 

Benefits of Membership


As a member of HRE USA, you will become part of a growing human rights education movement in the USA and be able to:

  • Receive and share information about upcoming events, developments in the field, education resources, advocacy and employment opportunities through our monthly newsletter

  • Connect with HRE USA members around the country through our website and our LinkedIn group

  • Meet and network with other HRE USA members at the annual Edward O'Brien Award Reception

  • Discuss questions, challenges, policies, resources, and ideas with other HRE USA members through the LinkedIn discussion board

  • Access human rights education resources online, including curriculum materials and lesson plans, books, videos, background information, and take action resources

  • Receive support for human rights education initiatives in your schoolsuniversity, and community

  • Influence HRE USA's policy, advocacy, outreach and development activities by participating in national HRE USA committees

  • Establish working groups based on your human rights education interests and goals

  • Participate in the election of steering committee members and run for membership
 
  
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HRE USA is a project of The Center for Transformative Action

The core values of HRE USA and its partner organizations include transparency and critical thinking skills. We believe that human rights--and human rights education--belong to everyone, and that the full realization of human rights means that access to human rights education materials must never be conditioned upon the subscription to any particular religious faith, ideology, political affiliation, or membership in any particular organization and that any organizational connections should be openly acknowledged.