Accountability in Haiti

Who: Human Rights Advocates in conjunction with the USF Law Student Bar Association, USF International Law Society, and Law Students for Global Justice present Brian Concannon, Jr., Executive Director of the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (www.ijdh.org)
Where: University of San Francisco School of Law, Kendrick Hall, Room 100, 2199 Fulton Street.
When: Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at 5:00pm

In July 2010, on the six-month anniversary of the devastating January earthquake, four USF Law Students traveled to Port-au-Prince with the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti to produce a report on the human rights condition of Haiti’s internally displaced persons (IDP) camps. This report was officially published by IJDH this month.  Entitled “We’ve Been Forgotten”:  conditions in Haiti’s Displacement Camps Eight Months After the Earthquake, the report is available on the IJDH website (http://ijdh.org/archives/14678).  Join us for a discussion of IJDH’s most recent findings when Brian Concannon, Jr., Executive Director of IJDH, joins us along with student panelists Darya Larizadeh, Elizabeth Leone, Ben Lewis, and Ryan Smith.

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