Caroline Fleay

Caroline Fleay has been with the Centre for Human Rights Education since 2007. In addition to teaching in universities in Australia, the United Kingdom and France, she has been involved with a range of community groups providing support and advocacy for human rights issues including women's rights and the rights of people seeking asylum.
Caroline's areas of research interest include human rights practices in Australia, transnational activism, and the rights of people seeking asylum. Caroline is a board member of the Refugee Council of Australia.
In 2011 she was awarded the Amnesty International Australia (WA) June Fassina Award for her contribution to human rights activism.

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Human Rights Activism, Advocacy and Change (edX)

Feb 3rd 2020
Human Rights Activism, Advocacy and Change (edX)
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Learn about the role of social movements, advocacy groups and activism in bringing about social change. It covers a range of social movement theories and concepts and explores specific movements and campaigns to illustrate the diversity of movement philosophies, methods and outcomes.
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Human Rights Theory and Philosophy (edX)

Aug 19th 2019
Human Rights Theory and Philosophy (edX)
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Explore what is meant by human rights through learning about the development of the conventional understanding of universal human rights as well as some of the major critiques of the concept. The course commences through exploring the development of the conventional understanding of universal human rights and then moves [...]
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