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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Making Human Rights Violators Accountable

Mr. Carlos Mauricio, Director of the Stop Impunity Project and former professor at the Universidad de El Salvador, will talk about human rights, historical memory, and his own torture, in 1983, at the hands of the Salvadoran military, and about his role as one of three plaintiffs in Romagoza vs. GarcĂ­a and Vides Casanova, which found two former Salvadoran Ministers of Defense guilty of torture and imprisonment. He currently works on building coalitions between NGOs in El Salvador and the Salvadoran community in the U.S. His forthcoming book Bajo Investigacion will be published in El Salvador. {Will appear in FYI on Nov 15, 2011
Start Time:
3:30 PM
End Time:
5:30 PM
Multipurpose Room
Reception Following Talk
Common Location Name:
St. Marys Hall
Other Contact Information:
Ana Patricia Rodriguez Department of Spanish and Portuguese and SLLC +1 301 405 2020

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