Seeking Justice and Protecting Human Rights in a Perilous World

Temple Beth El

June 16, 2019 | 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

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Please join us to hear about a little known event that has changed the way we seek to protect human rights.

The assassination of four Kurdish and Iranian dissidents in Berlin and the investigation and trial that followed and its political impact is an important story. An expert on the event and its aftermath, writer and journalist Roya Hakakian, will share the story and its importance as a way to combat global terrorism and protect human rights today.

Contact Name: Elissa Kaplan

Contact Email: info@jhsfc-ct.org

Contact Phone: 203.359.2196

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Ticket Information

This event is free of charge.

This lecture is free and open to the Community. Underwritten by the Mann Family Foundation to honor the memory of their parents, Norma and Milton Mann.

RSVP requested: 203.359.2196 or reply to info@jhsfc-ct.org

Phone:
203.359.2196

Email:
info@jhsfc-ct.org

Venue

Temple Beth El
350 Roxbury Road
Stamford, CT 06902

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