Human Rights Public Lecture, Jacqueline Bhabha 4/2/09
Jacqueline Bhabha, Harvard Law School "Humanitarianism and Ambivalence: The Obligations toward ex-Child Soldiers" Jacqueline Bhabha is the Jeremiah Smith, Jr. Lecturer in Law at Harvard Law School, where she teaches international human rights and refugee law. She serves as the executive director of the Harvard University Committee on Human Rights Studies and is also a lecturer on public policy at the Kennedy School of Government. She published a series of international research reports, "Seeking Asylum Alone" (2006), on unaccompanied and separated child asylum seekers in the US, UK, and Australia, and has written on issues of migration and asylum in Europe and the US. She will publish with the Princeton University Press series, "Human Rights and Crimes against Humanity," a study of transnational child migration, in particular on issues of statelessness, trafficking, adoption, and citizenship.
Location: Room 211 Dickinson Hall
Date/Time: 2009-04-02 at 4:30 pm - 2009-04-02 at 6:00 pm
Human Rights and Crimes Against Humanity: A Colloquium Series. Sponsored by: Department of History, Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Historical Studies, Center for Human Values and Program in Law and Public Affairs. This series is organized by Eric Weitz, Stanley Kelley Jr. Visiting Professor for Distinguished Teaching, Department of HistoryCategory: Series