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  • November 20
    On November 16, former Foreign Minister of Israel Tzipi Livni spoke at Penn Law about peace negotiations and the future of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
    International
  • November 20
    The Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition’s 1 World Connected project analyizes which innovative approaches to increasing internet connectivity are more effective and efficient. In this video feature, fellows Müge Haseki and Sharada Srinivasan discuss the research and fieldwork they conducted in Rwanda on connectivity and its impacts.
    CTIC, International
  • November 9
    On November 7, former President of Mexico Ernesto Zedillo spoke at Penn Law about the uncertain future of globalization and international political economics.
    International
  • November 8
    On November 6, Luis Moreno Ocampo spoke at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perry World House about global justice systems and the International Criminal Court (ICC).
    Criminal Law, Human Rights, International, Perry World House
  • November 6
    On November 2, Marc Ambinder, Journalist-in-Residence with Penn Law’s Center for Ethics and Rule of Law, spoke with Russian investigative journalist Yevgenia Albats about the ethical challenges she has faced throughout her journalism career in Russia.
    CERL, Human Rights, International, Perry World House, rule of law
  • October 17
    On October 11, the Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law (CERL) and the Perry World House hosted a symposium titled “North Korea: Bargaining in the Shadow of Armed Conflict.” The featured panelists at the keynote included Bill Richardson, former governor of New Mexico and ambassador to the United Nations, and David Sanger, chief Washington correspondent for the New York Times.
    CERL, International, Perry World House
  • October 12
    On October 10, Henry J. Steiner, Jeremiah Smith, Jr. Professor of Law, Emeritus at Harvard University, visited Penn Law to engage in discussion with students about his newly released book, Eyeing the World, as part of the Law School’s Critical Global Conversations.
    Art, Human Rights, International
  • March 6
    Transnational Legal Clinic lecturer in law Ayodele Gansallo has been working hard to assist those affected by the recent Trump travel ban. Click the link to read more on Philly.com
    Clinics, Faculty, Human Rights, Immigration, International, LLM, News, Philadelphia, Public Service, Transnational
  • June 8
    Like “The Act of Killing,”  Joshua Oppenheimer’s “The Look of Silence” examines the 1965 Indonesian genocide; this time the focus is Adi Rukun, the brother of a victim, who pursues his own mission of truth and reconciliation.
    Documentaries blog, Documentaries, Human Rights, International, Law-Genre Docs, Social Justice
  • April 24
    Though summer is a great time to travel, international travel introduces new risks to your data and devices. Here are some tips to keep you safe while traveling abroad.
    International, ITS Tips, Mobile, Privacy, Security & Privacy, Security, WiFi