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Spring 2011 Events At A Glance

December 3rd, 2010

Here’s a quick glance at the CIPR events this semester:

Jan 21, 2011
Rômulo Sampaio Lecture & Discussion
Water Law in the U.S. and Brazil – Climate Change & Two Approaches to Emerging Water Poverty
Co-sponsored with the Payson Center for International Development

Jan 28, 2011
Venezuela from the Neutral Ground Symposium
Co-sponsored by the Stone Center and Dept. of Political Science

Feb 8, 2011
Lottie Cunningham Movie & Lecture
Indigenous Land Rights and Environmental Protection: the Case of Awas Tingni v. Nicaragua
Co-sponsored with the Payson Center for International Development
5 PM, Greenleaf Conference Room (Inside 100a Jones Hall)

February 2011
Immigration Panel
CIPR Seminar Series

Mar 17, 2011
Todd A. Eisenstadt Lecture & Discussion
Politics, Identity, and Mexico’s Indigenous Rights Movements
CIPR Seminar Series
5 PM, Greenleaf Conference Room

Mar 28, 2011
Daniel Bonilla Lecture & Discussion
Urban Indians and Cultural Rights: The limits of Multicultural Liberalism
CIPR Seminar Seires, Co-sponsored with the Payson Center for International Development
5 PM, Greenleaf Conference Room

More information posted on event pages.

More events and details posted as they are confirmed.

Please email angela.reed@tulane.edu or call the Center for Inter-American Policy and Research at 504.862.3141 for more information.

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