Gonzaga Institute for Hate Studies

Engaging with Communities for Justice Conference, Oct 19-21, 2017

The Conference will be held in the Gonzaga University
John J. Hemmingson Center
Parking is available in the BARC Parking Garage 

Banquet Dinner with Sen. Web, Oct 20; 5-7pm
To register for the banquet only, click here

Keynote Speaker with Rabbi Roston, Oct 21; 7-8:30
To register for the talk by Rabbi Roston only, click here

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The Gonzaga Institute for Hate Studies advances the academic field of Hate Studies and links the Gonzaga community with experts and key stakeholders worldwide through activities of inquiry, scholarship, and action-service in our areas of engagement.

As propelled by Gonzaga’s mission and heritage the GIHS works for the realization of a global society committed to human flourishing and the common good. 

First founded in 1997 as responsive to our institutional and regional context, the GIHS is a positive, enduring, and distinctive catalyst within academia toward greater knowledge of the human condition, the advancement of human dignity and human rights, and the hope of a just, inclusive public life.

If you are looking for information on the Gonzaga Solidarity and Social Justice minor, please click here, or visit gonzaga.edu/socialjustice

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