Peace Practitioner John Prendergast Visits USD Campus
From April 23-27, 2012, we are pleased to welcome again Peace Practitioner John Prendergast, co-founder of The Enough Project – an initiative to end genocide and crimes against humanity. He is a human rights activist, has worked for peace in Africa for over 25 years, and is a best selling author – including Unlikely Brothers, co-authored with his first little brother in the Big Brother program, and New York Times bestseller Not On Our Watch, co-authored with Don Cheadle.
All are invited and welcome to attend his public events and visit during office hours in the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice (KIPJ). RSVPs preferred at: www.sandiego.kintera.org/prendergast
Seminar 1: “Making a Difference”
Seminar 2: “Congo, conflict minerals, and how your cell phone fuels the deadliest war in the world.”
STAND USD presents the film “Blood in the Mobile”
Seminar 3: “How to pursue an international career.”
Documentary screening: "Staging Hope”
After two decades of a rebel war… a journey with 14 Ugandan Children. Following the film, the recent Kony 2012 Viral Video, actions surrounding “Cover the Night” on April 20, and San Diego-based Invisible Children will be discussed.
Seminar 4: “Why South Sudan advocacy succeeded, Darfur advocacy did not, and the implications of the Arab Spring on the future of the two Sudans”
To meet with Peace Practitioner John Prendergast during office hours in KIPJ Suite 113 Room 119, appointments are recommended. www.tinyurl.com/JPofficehours.
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