The College of Law’s Journal of Global Rights and Organizations (JGRO) and Impunity Watch News (IWN) present the Spring 2020 Distinguished Lecturer Series.
Dr. Margareta Matache on “The Roma Case for Reparations”
Justice activist and scholar from Romania
Director of the Roma Program at the Harvard University Francois Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights
(In conjunction with the Syracuse University School of Education’s Atrocity Studies and the Practices of Social Justice)
“Through its Distinguished Lecturer Series, The Journal of Global Rights and Organizations and Impunity Watch News is able to bring leading experts in international law to continue the dialog on dynamic, evolving—and sometimes vexing—issues in international law and legal institutions,” says Professor Cora True-Frost, Faculty Director of Impunity Watch News and the Journal of Global Rights and Organizations. “As the international community grapples with difficult questions of rights, laws, and norms, JGRO and Impunity Watch News’ focus is needed more than ever, and our students will be the next generation’s thought leaders on these issues.”
This event was published on February 4, 2020.