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Nov
28
2013
Exiled To Nowhere: Burma’s Rohingya (Discussion)

This panel discussion will examine the situation of the Rohingya, a Muslim minority who are denied basic rights and citizenship, and are recognized as one of the most persecuted peoples in the world.

Location:

European Parliament, Room ASP 3H1, Brussels

Nov
26
2013
Exiled To Nowhere: Burma’s Rohingya (Reception)

This reception marks the opening of an exhibition featuring a photographic essay on the plight of Burma’s Rohingya from award-winning photographer Greg Constantine.

Location:

European Parliament, Galerie Cafeteria, ASP Ground Floor, Brussels

Nov
19
2013
Project Prevention, Child Welfare, and Junk Science (audio)

A panel of experts examine how the war on drugs is undermining the health and well-being of families.

Nov
18
2013
Celebrating Haiti’s Martissant Park

Panelists will discuss Martissant Park, an effort to preserve and honor the natural environment of Haiti inside Port-au-Prince’s clustered urban setting.

Location:

Brooklyn Borough Hall, 209 Joralemon St, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Nov
15
2013
Rethinking Change in Haiti (audio)

A panel of experts including Michèle Pierre-Louis, president of the Open Society foundation in Haiti (FOKAL) and former prime minister of Haiti, discuss the dynamics of bringing change to Haiti.

Nov
15
2013
The Eastern Partnership Before the Vilnius Summit: What Has Been Achieved and What Comes Next?

This event will present the Eastern Partnership Index and discuss the current state of reforms in the EaP states.

Location:

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, Reichpietschufer 20, 10785 Berlin

Nov
14
2013
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Visual Storytelling and Violence: A Conversation with Donna De Cesare and Fred Ritchin

Photojournalist Donna De Cesare speaks with NYU professor Fred Ritchin about her new book Unsettled: Children in a World of Gangs.

Nov
13
2013
Latin America and the Justice Cascade (audio)

Kathryn Sikkink and César Rodríguez-Garavito examine the new global trend of holding political leaders criminally accountable for past human rights violations through domestic and international prosecutions.

Nov
12
2013
A Conversation with Guatemalan Attorney General Claudia Paz y Paz

Claudia Paz y Paz, the trailblazing attorney general of Guatemala who pursued the prosecution of former dictator Efrain Rios Montt, will discuss judicial reform.

Nov
11
2013
Central-American Domestic Workers and the Case of ASTRADOMES (audio)

This conversation looks at the work of ASTRADOMES (Association of Domestic Workers), which has advocated for the rights of female workers in Central America for more than 20 years.

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