All students are invited to join us for the first program in the Government and Public Interest Speaker Series. Professor Jayne Huckerby of the International Human Rights Law Clinic will moderate. The panelists are: Sarah Adamczyk, who has worked with the Norwegian Refugee Council in the Gaza Strip, Jordan and the Ukraine; Romi Brammer, who is currently a Rotary Peace fellow at the Duke-UNC Peace Center, previously interned at the UNC Center for Civil Rights and who has worked for United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and the Institution for International and Comparative Law in South Africa; and Cheryl Chew Park, a humanitarian immigration attorney with JusticeMatters in Durham. Lunch will be provided but please bring your own beverage. Co-sponsored by the International Human Rights Clinic, the Office of Public Interest Advising and the Human Rights Law Society. Contact Emily Sharples at email@example.com for more information.
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