UNESCO Chair in Genocide Prevention Launch Event (Adama Dieng, October 10, 2013)

The Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights, in partnership with UNESCO, has launched a Rutgers UNESCO Chair in Genocide Prevention. Building on a history of genocide studies at Rutgers, the UNESCO Chair on Genocide Prevention will undertake cutting-edge research, scholarship, education, and outreach on the prevention of genocide, one of the most pressing global challenges the world faces. To celebrate this new initiative, which is focusing on global justice during the Fall of 2013, UN Secretary-General Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide, Mr. Adama Dieng, gave the launch lecture for the UNESCO Chair on October 10 to a packed audience:

Thursday, October 10, 2013
6-8pm
Lecture
Genocide Prevention and Global Justice
Adama Dieng (UN Secretary-General Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide)
Dana Room
4th Floor, Dana Library
Rutgers, Newark
 

Click here for more details on the UNESCO Chair in Genocide Prevention


Adama Dieng (UN Secretary-General Special Adviser on
the Prevention of Genocide). Photo by Elena Lesley.

From left to right: Alex Hinton (Executive Director, CGHR); Adama Dieng 
(UN Secretary-General Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide);
Sherri-Ann Butterfield (Assistant Dean, FASN); Eugene Murphy (Assistant
Vice President for International and Global Affairs, GAIA, Rutgers-New Brunswick); 
Ricardo de Guimarães Pinto (Liaison Officer to the United Nations, UNESCO).

Photo by Elena Lesley.