33rd Annual ConferenceCultural Awareness and Social Justice
Tucson, Arizona — February 16-19, 2022
AAPLAC 2022 welcomes us to Tucson for a hybrid event with a guest emphasis on Indigenous Initiatives, Pueblos Originarios, and Native Nation Initiatives. An invited keynote will speak on Indigenous Peoples Law, Policy and Human Rights; daily sessions will feature a variety of presentations and discussions, ample time for networking and serendipitous connection among a variety of scholars, educators, and NGO practitioners, as well as an optional Saturday excursion highlighting the cultural richness, past and present, of our Tucson surroundings. We are grateful to the University of Arizona College of Education and Office of Native American Initiatives for hosting!
José Francisco Calí Tzay, Special Rapporteur United Nations Commission on Human Rights, will speak about the rights of indigenous peoples during a keynote address at AAPLAC 2022. Mr. Calí Tzay is Maya Kaqchikel from Guatemala, with experience in defending the rights of Indigenous Peoples, both in Guatemala and at the level of the United Nations and the OAS.
Registration is now open for the 2022 AAPLAC Conference, February 16-19, at the University of Arizona in Tucson. Register now!
AAPLAC seeks papers for our 33rd Annual Conference to be held in a hybrid format February 16-19, 2022 at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona.
If you missed our free, virtual AAPLAC 2021 Prelude to Tucson conference on February 18-19, catch the replay by visiting the Prelude program.
The Executive Board of AAPLAC seeks site proposals to host 2023 Annual Conference. The conference will preferably take place in Latin America or the Caribbean, though proposals for alternate locations may be considered. Please contact AAPLAC President Stephanie Athey with any questions or to submit your site proposal.
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Join us for this hybrid event hosted by the University of Arizona College of Education.
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