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Human Organ Harvesting Lecture
|Event Start Date||Wednesday, May 11, 2011|
Institute for Peace & Justice Theatre
|Event Start Time||7:00 pm - 8:30 pm|
Organ Harvest: Is China's Government Killing Falun Gong and Other Prisoners of Conscience for Their Organs?
Matas and Kilgour were both nominated for the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize and won the 2009 Swiss International Human Rights Award for their work on the organ harvesting report. Matas and Kilgour have addressed their findings to the United Nations, the Canadian Parliament, the U.S Congress and the European Parliament. Since then, they have traveled to more than 50 countries lecturing on the topic of organ transplant abuse and organ harvesting, and their recommendations on how to stop this abuse.
Sponsored by SOLES, USD Falun Dafa Meditation Club and Graduate Student Council
|Contact||Cyrus Parsa | email@example.com | 858-945-4580|
Degheri Alumni Center
Phone: (619) 260-4681