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St. Thomas University Human Rights Department. Home of STU's Moot Court team. Contact department chair Dr. Christina Szurlej at szurlej@stu.ca
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STUhumanrights πŸ“Ž Sep 6
Join us for our welcome back breakfast Mon, Sept. 10 in JDH G6! Drop in anytime from 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. to grab a snack and chat.
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The Aquinian Sep 3
Are you interested in journalism and looking to get involved on campus? Check out our story meetings! πŸ–‹οΈπŸ“·πŸŽ₯πŸ“°
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Dr. C. Szurlej Aug 20
Join the Bangladesh Community of Fredericton in a demonstration at the NB Leg Bldg on Aug. 25, 10-11:30 AM re: ethnic cleansing & genocide of the Rohingya of Myanmar. Raise awareness & call for action. Please share.
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Emma Walsh Aug 9
Extremely honoured and shocked to discover that I won first place for an essay I wrote about freedom of expression on campus for the Institute of Liberal Studies! Always happy to represent and !
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CBC News Alerts Aug 6
Saudi Arabia orders Canadian ambassador to leave, freezes all trade and investment after Canada calls for release of detained human rights activists
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STUhumanrights πŸ“Ž Aug 5
Replying to @WMehlitz
Truer words never spoken.
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AJ Ripley Aug 3
When the Internet tells you that your dog looks like and you can’t disagree
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Amanda DiPaolo Jul 31
Great news! STUMoot is ranked 10th nationally in the American Collegiate Moot Court Association!
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St. Thomas University Jul 27
Navy Vezina, BA β€˜18, was part of the winning team at the Lucerne Academy Moot Court Competition. The first-ever Canadian participant and an undergraduate competing against law students, Vezina was also named Top Oralist and Best Overall Participantβ€”congrats, Navy! πŸ†πŸ‘
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St. Thomas University Jul 26
Attention ⚠️ Future STUdents: Register as a mentee in our Peer Mentoring program to ease your transition into university life! Details ➑️
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Human Rights Careers Jul 21
5 Human Rights Studies with Fully-funded Scholarships
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St. Thomas University Jul 20
World Class Mooters: Emily Williams and Camille Xavier finish second at the Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition in Geneva ➑️ [πŸ“·: ]
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CentreForHumanRights Jul 20
Congratulations to St. Thomas University, Canada runners-up at the Final of the . Here, the team takes a photo with the Chief Judge of South Africa - Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng
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STUhumanrights πŸ“Ž Jul 20
Camille Xavier and are given awards along with competitors from the University of Buenos Aires. Way to go, team! And many thanks to coach for all your hard work and for all of these great photos we have been enjoying this week.
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CentreForHumanRights Jul 20
The Top five oralists at the preliminary rounds of the are: 1 Grace Atwell (Uni of Oxford) 2 Fury Jain (Army Institute of Law, India) 3 Subhalakshmi Kumar (Uni of Oxford) 4 Justein Redoble (Uni of San Carlos, Philippines) 5 Emily Williams (St. Thomas Uni, Canada)
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Amanda DiPaolo Jul 20
Could not be prouder of these students. In the end, fell in the final round to the University of Buenos Aires to place second overall at the 2018 World Moot Court.
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CentreForHumanRights Jul 20
Welcome to the Final of the . The University of Buenos Aires is the Applicant while St. Thomas University is the Respondent. Cc
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STUhumanrights πŸ“Ž Jul 20
The final round was a hard fought battle, but in the end it was the University of Buenos Aires that took the rematch and are your 2018 World Moot Court champions. A huge congratulations goes out to them. ends the tournament 2nd.
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STUhumanrights πŸ“Ž Jul 19
Our mooters are busy preparing for tomorrow's final round at the 2018 World Moot Court. This is a great reminder that STU has made it to the final for the 2nd consecutive year as undergrads competing against law schools!
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STUhumanrights πŸ“Ž Jul 19
Replying to @KLamrock @StThomasU
Thank you for that acknowledgement. Academic achievements should absolutely be honoured as athletics are celebrated. Luckily, they are at the greatest undergraduate university in Canada, !
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