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Ewing Lecture: Chris Mburu “The Right to Education: A Global Solution to Global Problems"

Young Student Center - Mabel Brown Room

Wednesday, March 26, 2014 · 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Chris Mburu has been doing human rights work for the last 20 years—first as an activist in his home country of Kenya; then while earning his LLM at Harvard Law School; and finally through work with such organizations as Amnesty International, Global Rights, and the United Nations.

Mburu's work has primarily involved training human rights activists in different parts of the world in how to become more effective in human rights advocacy. He has also worked for peacekeeping missions, working to protect victims of mass human rights violations including genocide.

Currently Chris Mburu is heading the anti-discrimination section of the UN Human Rights Agency, based in Geneva, Switzerland; his work involves conducting research on discrimination and intolerance that could result in the commission of serious crimes.

Free
Contact:
Kimberly Schmidl-Gagne
603-358-2768
Categories: Lecture/Presentation

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