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Past Event

New York, NY

New York, NY

April 17, 2012 | Tuesday | 6:00 pm
NYU School of Law, Furman Hall, 245 Sullivan Street, Lester Pollack Room, 9th floor, New York, NY ( see map )
Amy Goodman will moderate a panel discussion titled Reflecting on Kony 2012: Lessons Learned for Global Activism, featuring Fabienne Hara, Vice-President for Multilateral Affairs, International Crisis Group; Chioke I’Anson, a philosopher who specializes in Africana philosophy, postcolonial theory, and humanitarianism; Chris Michael, a video advocacy trainer and human rights advocate at WITNESS, an organization that has supported over 300 groups in 80 countries in using video for change; Victor Ochen, a survivor of the LRA war and Director of African Youth Initiative Network, which offers rehabilitation assistance to Ugandan youth affected by the war; and Jolly Okot, Country Director for Invisible Children, Uganda.

The event will be introduced by Professor Philip Alston, an international human rights law professor and Faculty Director and Co-chair of the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice at NYU School of Law. The discussion will be followed by a reception.

Valid ID and RSVP required for admission. Seating is limited, so please RSVP to Audrey Watne at