Fran Quigley’s next speaking engagement is a panel discussion at Harvard University. It will take place at Ticknor Lounge in Boylston Hall, on March 24, 2015 from 4:30 to 6pm. The other panelists will discuss the Haiti/DR citizenship conflict, rights for people with disabilities in Haiti, and human rights in Haiti in general. The discussion will be followed by a Q&A and a book signing. There will also be some books available for purchase. Below is information on Fran’s past talks this semester. ——————————————————————– IJDH webinar on Thursday, February 12 at 8pm. Recording available here. Indiana Council on World Affairs talk on January 21, 2015: Reception 5:30-6:15 pm, Dinner 6:15 pm, Talk 7:00 pm, Adjournment 8:30pm The Willows: 6729 Westfield Blvd. Indianapolis, IN 46220 (South of 75th St, just north of the White River bridge on Westfield Blvd, east side of street)
The holidays will be here before you know it. Give your friends and family a gift that will make an impact: Buy them a copy of How Human Rights Can Build Haiti, online or from your local bookstore. Together, learn about the links between poverty and human rights, and how Haiti is ready for change. These lessons are applicable not just in Haiti, but all around the world! We’re excited to share them with you.
Half-Hour for Haiti Action Alert: Friday July 25, 2014 Help spread the word: Human rights is the way to build Haiti Be Part of the Solution for Haiti: Make a Difference a Half Hour at a time 7/25/2014 Dear Friend, Thank you so much if you made it to yesterday’s conference call on How Human Rights Can Build Haiti: Activists, Lawyers, and the Grassroots Campaign. The questions were insightful and it was a motivating discussion that we hope will continue on past the call. If you missed it, here‘s a recap. As mentioned on the call, we’re bringing back the monthly Half Hour for Haiti Action Alerts, in which you can take on one task to help advance human rights in Haiti, for half an hour or less. See this month’s action below. Take Action! Fran Quigley’s new book about BAI, IJDH, and human rights, How Human […]