Lectures & Panels Another Coup d’État in Sudan: An Exploration of the Prospects of Democracy and Human Rights 11:00AM - 12:15PM EST

As the pro-democracy protest movement begins to re-galvanize, and the military unleashes coercion and violence, a specter of uncertainty looms over Sudan. Positioned in this moment of flux, this webinar explored the different possible outcomes that Sudan may face from the diverse vantage points of the panelists.

Lectures & Panels Law and Violence in Palestine: A Conversation with Mohammed El-Kurd 6-8PM

Join the Middle East Law Students Association at Harvard Law School for a conversation with award-winning writer and poet Mohammad El-Kurd about law and violence in Palestine. This is an in person event; registration required. *Open to Harvard ID holders only.

Lectures & Panels Afghan Women Human Rights Defenders Demand Justice and Accountability 10:00AM

We invite you to “Afghan Women Human Rights Defenders Demand Justice and Accountability,” a side event for the 48th Session of the Human Rights Council.

Lectures & Panels Offshore Citizens: Permanent Temporary Status in the Gulf 12:00-13:00

Professor Noora Lori will discuss her recent book, Offshore Citizens: Permanent Temporary Status in the Gulf, an in-depth case study of the United Arab Emirates (UAE).