Other BC & Boston-Area Events
Meet the Filmmakers, Meet your Neighbors
Saturday, October 21
4 – 6 pm
Church of St. Augustine and St. Martin
31 Lenox Street, Roxbury/South End
(near corner of Mass. Ave. & Washington St.)
Meet the filmmakers* and hear their personal and documentary stories
Meet your neighbors and develop new friendships
Enjoy light refreshments from around the world
Tap your feet to multi-cultural music
** RSVP appreciated: Rev. Dee Littlepage at firstname.lastname@example.org **
* Ten men and women born in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, China, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, Haiti, Puerto Rico, Somalia and Uganda will share their personal stories of coming to Boston and talk about the short documentary films they are making as part of Community Supported Film’s New Immigrant and Refugee Visions project. Each film highlights a diverse aspect of the immigrant experience in America.
Impunity & Human Rights in the Time of Trump: El Caso Mozote
Date: October 25, 2017
Time: 6:00PM-7:30PM EST
Location: 230 Dockser Hall, Northeastern University
Description: An experienced human rights lawyer and former Ombudsman for Human Rights in El Salvador, Davíd Morales is chief prosecutor in the El Mozote massacre case. Hear about the significance of this case in El Salvador, and in the global struggle for human rights.
Davíd Morales - Human Rights Director at Cristosal
To RSVP for this free event, contact Elizabeth Ennen at email@example.com
Hosted by the Program on Human Rights & the Global Economy at Northeastern U. School of Law
Cristosal Human Rights Award Night and Fundraiser
honoring Massachusetts Congressman James McGovern
Date: October 26, 2017
Location: Northeastern University Alumni Center, 716 Columbus Ave. Boston, MA
$65/ticket. All proceeds support Cristosal, including providing representation to the victims of the 1981 El Mozote massacre.
More info/tickets: www.cristosal.org/boston or firstname.lastname@example.org
Catholic Ethics and Migration
Tuesday, November 7, 5:30-7:00 p.m.
Corcoran Commons, Heights Room, Chestnut Hill Campus
The rhetoric and lenses that shape the quickly shifting immigration debate can distort complex realities and become surrogates for other cultural and political concerns. Resources from Scripture and Catholic Social Teaching challenge the dominant, instrumentalist frameworks and offer a counternarrative of kinship with moral, spiritual, and policy implications.
Upcoming webinars given by the Foundation for Child Development:
If you have any questions regarding the webinar series, please contact email@example.com.
SAVE THE DATE!
Webinar II | Health and Economic Issues Impacting Children of Immigrants
November 9, 2017
2:00PM - 3:30PM EST
Webinar III | Education and School Systems Issues Impacting Children of Immigrants
December 7, 2017
2:00PM - 3:30PM EST
The Northeastern U. Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy announces its 12th Annual Human Rights Institute:
"Land Rights in the Era of Land Grabbing: The Land Tenure Security Index"
Join us for a discussion of the state of land rights, globally, and exciting new tools being designed to help secure those rights.
December 7-8, 2017
Northeastern University School of Law
For more information visit www.phrge.net or contact Elizabeth Ennen at firstname.lastname@example.org.