Thursday, April 22, 2010
A conversation about Sudan
NEW HAVEN - A Student Anti-Genocide Coalition will present "The Future of Sudan: Brokering Peace and Determining US Involvement" at 3 p.m. April 23 at William Harkness Hall, Room 208. 100 Wall St.
The event will include a "Conversation with John Prendergast," who is co-founder of the Enough Project and Lea Brilmayer, who is the Howard M. Holzmann Professor of International Law at Yale Law School, organizers said.
Prendergast also was a special advisor to the State Department, and directed African Affairs at the National Security Council.
The discussion will focus on an end to violence in Darfur, the Sudanese elections, and efforts to create peace in Sudan, organizer said.
The vent is co-sponsored by the Schell Center for International Human Rights, Amnesty International, YASA, Social Justice Network, and the Yale Law School Africa Law and Policy Association.
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