Members of the UTAS community and the general public are invited to a public seminar on human rights featuring some fascinating UTAS alumni.
Organised by UTAS Alumni the ‘War, Law, Restore’ event will feature three short lectures and a Q&A session on the topical issue of refugees, human rights, reconciliation and resilience.
The seminar features four graduates ( who have worked in some of the world’s most troubled hot-spots: Dr Martin Harris, a lecturer in mental health with the UTAS Department of Rural Health, John Nyagua, a community health nurse and primary health care educator, Rebecca Cuthill, who spent a decade working for the UN War Crimes Tribunal, and UTAS Social worker Mara Schneiders.
They will tackle topics like:
The event will be held on Wednesday, September 21, from 6pm at the Tailrace Centre in Riverside.
Anyone is welcome to attend, but must RSVP via the Alumni & Friends website by Friday, September 16.
Picture: Rebecca Cuthill, John Nyagua, Mara Schneiders and Dr Martin Harris.
Authorised by the Executive Director, Student Centre
14 September, 2011