Seeking Justice and Accountability: Rights Abuses and the Arab Uprisings

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SETA’s public seminar “Seeking Justice And Accountability: Rights Abuses And The Arab Uprisings” brought together Joe Stork and Jan Egeland of Human Rights Watch to discuss human rights in foreign policy making, and efforts to advocate for human rights and influence regimes like that in Syria which has turned a deaf ear to calls to end the brutal clampdown on demonstrators.
  • Resim Yok

    SETA is going to hire research assistants for the following fields:
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