UCLA Panel on Women’s Rights as Human Rights, March 4

UCLA

 

David N. Myers

Robert N. Burr Department Chair, UCLA Department of History

 and

 Rachel F. Moran

Dean and Michael J. Connell Distinguished Professor of Law
UCLA Law School

cordially invite you to attend

Why History Matters:

Women’s Rights as Human Rights

A panel discussion featuring:

Asli Ü. Bâli, UCLA
School of Law

Charlotte Bunch, Rutgers University, Center
for Women’s
Global Leadership

Liesl Gerntholtz, Women’s Rights Division,
Human Rights
Watch

Moderated by:

Ellen Dubois, UCLA Department of History, UCLA
Department of Gender Studies, and UCLA Center for the
Study of Women

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Reception to follow

Fowler Museum, Lenart Auditorium

UCLA Campus

Click here
to RSVP by Tuesday, February 25

Parking available for $12 in Structure
4

Inquiries: LSEvents@support.ucla.edu or
(310) 825-4038

About the Event
Click here to
read the panelists’ biographies.

About the Series
The UCLA Department of History is proud to present the series “Why History Matters.” The series is dedicated to the belief that historical knowledge is an indispensable, and often
missing, ingredient in public debate.

Over the course of the year, “Why History Matters” events will bring historians into conversation with prominent public officials and personalities on issues of contemporary relevance.

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Warm Regards,

Farah