International Human Rights Day Commemoration 2012

East Lansing Chapter

Sunday, December 2, 2012
Location: East Lansing Hannah Community Center, East Lansing, MI

The United Nations Declaration of Human Rights in 1948 defined ideal standards and goals for all member nations to work toward over the decades ahead. Panelists will highlight some of the key issues being addressed in their home countries and the challenges that remain. Others will participate during the discussion period.

Sunday December 2, 2012
6:30 to 8:30 PM
East Lansing Hannah Community Center - 819 Abbott Rd

Human Rights International Dialogue

MSU Humphrey Fellowship International panel:
Ecuador – Joan Palacios
Egypt – Naagla Hassab
Uganda – Munanura Robert
Viet Nam – Dung Nguyen
Bosnia and Herzegovina – Vesna Gavrilovic

Fellows invited to join discussion: Bolivia – Claribel Aparicio-Ferreira, South Korea – Moon Kyung Cho, Bhutan – Tsheltrum Dorge, India – Ansuman Pattnaik, China -HongMai Zhao, Pakistan – Navid Shaikh, Panama- Johanna Castilo Coronado

Teachers, students, MSU students, faculty and the general public are cordially invited. The program and parking are free.

Lead sponsor: Greater Lansing Chapter, United Nations Association – USA (GLUNA)
Cosponsors: MSU Center for Advanced Study of International Development
LATTICE (Linking All Types of Teachers for International Cross-Cultural Education)

The UN Foundation
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