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Debt and Human Rights: The Case of Financial Complicity

octubre 24, 2014

Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky dará una conferencia el próximo miércoles 5 de noviembre en la Universidad de Warwick. Esta es la información por si alguien estuviese interesado:

PUBLIC LECTURE: Debt and Human Rights: The Case of Financial Complicity

Wednesday 5 November, 4-5.30pm in S0.21, Social Sciences Building, followed by a drinks reception.

Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky, the United Nations’ Independent Expert on the Effects of Foreign Debt and other Related International Financial Obligations of States on the Full Enjoyment of All Human Rights, particularly Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, will be presenting a chapter from his edited collection (with Jernej Letnar Cernic), Making Sovereign Financing and Human Rights Work. Tim Jones, Senior Policy and Campaigns Officer with the UK’s Jubilee Debt Campaign and columnist for The Guardian, will act as discussant. For further details see our poster for the event.

If you are interested in attending this lecture, please register here or email u.martin@warwick.ac.uk