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HUMAN RIGHTS WEEK 2013
February 11th -‐ 16th
DEBATE AND DISCUSS
6:00pm, Campus Y 208
"Is healthcare a human right?"
Come join Di-‐Phi and AHR members in
debating and discussing whether
HUMAN RIGHTS DINNER
healthcare is a human right.
6:00pm, Anne Queen Lounge
What's your opinion?
"Women's Rights as Human Rights:
Current Issues in Our Community."
Free dinner from Saladelia
* This event will be open for the
first 25 people to RSVP to
email@example.com by 11:59pm on
2/15. Include: Your name, year and phone
number, the photo, its title, and the year
it was taken, and brief sentence (<50
words) describing the human rights
12:00pm Campus Y 207-‐208
concept captured by the entry.
SPOKEN WORD FOR SOCIAL
7:00pm, Bingham 103
"The New Asylums"
FRONTLINE: America's severely mentally ill,
who once would have been in state
psychiatric hospitals, are now in
VOICES THROUGH VISIONS
state prisons. Why is this
happening? and what is
mental health care like
Please send entries to
Learn how to write an effective lobbying
letter. Focus on comprehensive
Campus Y Room 103
7:00pm, Nelson Mandela
Former President of the American Civil
Liberties Union (ACLU) Nadine
Strossen: "Defending Human Rights
for All: From Right to Left and
From Right to Wrong"
Discussion with Professor Rudi
Colleredo-‐Mansfield on community
economics and cultural change in the
contest of globalization.
FAIR TRADE CHOCOLATE
12:00pm, The Pit
Human Rights Week Co-‐sponsors:
Campus Y; UNC Student Congress; Curriculum in Peace, War and Defense; Parr Center for Ethics;
Political Science Department; Curriculum in International Studies; UNC Civil Rights Center; Young
Democrats; Roosevelt Institute Social Justice Center, Criminal Justice Awareness and Activism, Students
United for Immigrant Equality, Linking Immigrants to New Communities -‐ Know Your Rights, Carolina
Against Slavery and Trafficking, AGRADU, World Micro-‐Market, Mellenium Village Project,
Valentine's Day Sale:
Tues. 2/12 from 8-‐10pm
Wed. 2/13 from 5-‐7pm