CPS: Human Rights and the Global Economy (Day 1)

10:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

The Center for Public Scholarship presents the 25th Social Research conference at The New School in which scholars and other experts discuss human rights as a mediating language for discussions about social justice and the global economy. What are the human rights responsibilities of wealthy nations, international financial institutions, and corporations to alleviate global poverty? Where are there opportunities in economic policies and institutions to strengthen human rights around the world and improve social justice? Visit http://newschool.edu/cps/human-rights-global-economy/ to register and see the complete agenda, incuding speaker information and abstracts.Wednesday Sessions1. Trade and Intellectual Property. 2. Global Poverty and Obligations of Rich Countries. 3. Keynote address. This conference is a collaboration organized by professors Arien Mack (Social Research journal), Sakiko Fukuda-Parr and Nehal Bhuta (International Affairs), and Miriam Ticktin (Anthropology). It is made possible by generous support from the Climate Change Narratives, Rights and the Poor project of the Chr. Michelsen Institute [CMI].
Location:

Tishman Auditorium, Alvin Johnson/J. M. Kaplan Hall, 66 West 12th Street

Admission:
$15; free to all students and New School faculty, staff and alumni with ID.Reservations are required by calling 917.534.9330 x1 or email cps@newschool.edu.

Special Needs:

If a person attending your event has a special needs request, i.e. hearing assistance or wheelchair accessibility, they should contact the organizer of the event at:

Phone: 917-534-9330 x1
Email: cps@newschool.edu

Contact Information:

http://newschool.edu/cps/human-rights-global-economy/



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