[act-ma] 4/17 The US’ Role in International Justice: a panel discussion
Corey.Barr at tufts.edu
Mon Apr 14 09:37:50 PDT 2008
Who/Host: Boston Firefly Project of Amnesty International USA
What: The US’ Role in International Justice: a panel discussion
When: Thursday, April 17, 2008 7pm
Where: Democracy Center, 45 Mt. Auburn St., Harvard Square, Cambridge,
Join the Boston Firefly project of Amnesty International for a panel
discussion on the US role in international justice from the perspectives
of a civil society activist, sociologist and lawyer.
Speakers include Founder and Director of the Karuna Center for
Peacebuilding, Paula Green, Wellesley College Sociology Professor,
Thomas Cushman, Ph.D., and former International Criminal Court Law
Clerk, Ada Sheng. Panel discussion will be moderated by Andrew Maki,
former intern at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former
Reception to follow the panel discussion and question and answer sessions.
Additionally, purchase hand-made paper bead jewelry to benefit Project
Have Hope, a charity for Ugandan women (www.projecthavehope.org) and the
Boston Firefly Project.
The Boston Firefly Project is an Amnesty International chapter of young
professionals that provides opportunities for grassroots human rights
advocacy, education and networking opportunities through community based
events in the Boston area. Visit
http://bostonfireflyproject.googlepages.com for speaker bios, directions
and more information.
Email: bostonfireflyproject at gmail.com
<mailto:bostonfireflyproject at gmail.com>
§ Open to the public
§ Directions to the Democracy Center:
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