Following the presentation of a report calling for urgent reforms to the UN human rights architecture to meet 21st-century challenges, members of the Global Citizen Commission that wrote the report will convene at NYU for an April 18 discussion on the report’s contents and implications, and a broader discussion of human rights.

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Following the presentation of a report calling for urgent reforms to the UN human rights architecture to meet 21st-century challenges, members of the Global Citizen Commission that wrote the report will convene at NYU for an April 18 discussion on the report’s contents and implications, and a broader discussion of human rights.

Following the presentation of a report calling for urgent reforms to the UN human rights architecture to meet 21st-century challenges, members of the Global Citizen Commission that wrote the report will convene at NYU for a discussion on the report’s contents and implications, and a broader discussion of human rights in the 21st century.

WHO:
Gordon Brown, former Prime Minister of the UK
Jeremy Waldron, University Professor and philosopher, NYU
K. Anthony Appiah, professor of philosophy and law, NYU
Laurel Bellows, attorney and former president of the American Bar Association
Robert Rubin, former US Treasury Secretary, former Co-Chair of Goldman Sachs, former Chair of Citigroup, and founder of the Hamilton Project
Emma Rothschild, economic historian and professor of history at Harvard
Paul Boghossian, Silver Professor of Philosophy at NYU and director of NYU’s Global Institute for Advanced Study, moderator

WHEN:
Monday, April 18, 2016, 2:00 pm

WHERE:
NYU School of Law, Vanderbilt Hall, Greenberg Lounge
40 Washington Square South, Manhattan

 

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