60th Anniversary Celebration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

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60th Anniversary Celebration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 

Part of Human Rights Week 2008

December 10, International Human Rights Day
4:30 p.m., Humanities Building, Room 3650
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Professor Barret McCormick, Marquette University - "Human Rights and Their Development"
Judge Moria Krueger - "The Hague Courts and Commissions: Today's Implementation of Human Rights"
Angie Hougas, Amnesty International, and Chris Ahmuty, American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin - "Calls to Action: Human Rights Challenges to US NGOs"
With Lt. Governor Barbara Lawton - Declaration from the Governor
Free Admission. Members of the Public Invited

The Wisconsin Governor's Commission on the United Nations, with sponsorship from the United Nations Association, Wisconsin Division, American Civil Liberties Union, American Constitution Society, Amnesty International, the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin and Students for a Free Tibet present a forum on the Human Rights Conventions and Enforcement and the Role of the United State and Nongovernmental Organizations in promoting international human rights.
Please contact hdedwards@wisc.edu with any questions.

Submitted by Student Bar Association on December 5, 2008

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