High School Leadership Conference
a free outreach program sponsored by the School of International Relations
and Human Security
What will it take to assure "never again"?
Saturday-- April 6, 2013
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
At HSLC, high school students come prepared to negotiate responses
to real-life crises scenarios during a full day of deliberation sessions
mentored by USC student volunteers
Hosted by Professor Steven Lamy, School of International Relations
In the field of international relations, we continue to search
for ways to prevent war and provide human security.
The Responsibility to Protect (R2P) was adopted in 2005 by all nations,
affirming that it is the responsibility of states, and where they fail
the international community, to protect civilians from mass atrocity crimes.
But with controversy over how to uphold R2P, are we stuck with politics as usual?
Sign-Ups for High School teams are due by March 1, 2013
Teachers can contact CALIS for a sign-up form
Sign-Ups for USC Mentors are now underway.
Come by the CALIS office bulletin board at THH 252.
Mentor Sign-Ups end March 11.
Glimpse what's possible...
We hope you enjoy this 5-minute video of the 2005 conference. It will give new HSLC partner teachers and students a good sense of how the day progresses from negotiatons to a culminating policy session.
- Center for Active Learning in International Studies
- CALIS is an outreach project of the School of International Relations.
- Phone: (213) 740 - 7794
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org