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Suffer the Children: A Theoretical Foundation for the Human Rights of the Child, lecture by Prof. Rich Hiskes followed by retirement reception
Date and TimeTuesday, March 31, 2020
- Niemeyer Multipurpose Room
Professor Rich Hiskes, retired professor of Political Science and Founding Director of the GVSU Human Rights minor, will talk about his current research on the human rights of children. The lecture is at 4 pm, and a retirement reception in Rich's honor will follow at 5:15 pm. Please join us for the lecture, the reception, or both!
This event is part of the Human Rights Speakers Series and is co-sponsored by the Human Rights minor, the Department of Political Science, and the William C. Baum Endowment Fund. Everyone is welcome.
Karen Zivi, Director of the Human Rights Minor, email@example.com
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