Guantánamo: American Power & Human Rights in the Post 9/11 Era


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This 90-minute panel discussion will feature voices from the academic, media, and policy worlds expressing views on the international dimensions of human rights issues currently playing out in the detention of prisoners in US military installations at Guantanamo. The role of Latin America in accepting detainees approved for release will be highlighted.

Organized by Global Affairs and Latin American Studies; Co-sponsored by Global Programs (GIP); the Human Rights & Global Justice Working Group.

What: Guantánamo: Panel Discussion on American Power & Human Rights in the Post 9/11 Era
Where: George Mason University, Research Hall, 163
When: Tuesday, October 21st at 7:00 p.m.
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Wells Dixon, Senior Staff Attorney, Center for Constitutional Rights
Joy Olsen, Executive Director, Washington Office on Latin America
Louie Palu, photojournalist

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October 17, 2014