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the Annex building (4910 Massachusetts Ave, Suite 16) to discuss the project and review the lesson plan.

OTHER CENTER EVENTS

Win Dinner with Human Rights Practitioners TONIGHT at the Equal Justice Foundation Auction!! Thurs., March 25, 5:30-7pm, 6th floor Tickets are $5.00 in advance, $7.00 at the door. Over 150 incredible items will be auctioned off! Airline Tickets, Sailing and Photography Lessons, Dinners, Computers, Bikes, Baseball Tickets, Football Tickets, Classes, Gym Memberships, outings with your favorite faculty and Staff, and MUCH, MUCH MORE!! Don't miss out! In addition, the silent auction starts at 5pm and closes at 7. Many people come to the auction after 7pm, which means that you can find some great deals on items if you come early.

ALSO up for bid: Two special dinners with leading human rights practitioners, hosted by Hadar Harris, Executive Director of the Center! “DINNER AND DETENTION:” Dine with Jenni Gainsborough, Director of Penal Reform International Washington Office and Nkechi Taifa, Senior Policy Analyst at the Open Society Institute Justice Initiative. “LATIN AMERICA AND LASAGNA:” Dine with Joe Eldridge, currently University Chaplain at AU but formerly of the Washington Office on Latin America and Lawyer's Committee for Human Rights; and Kim Stanton, Deputy Director of the Washington Office on Latin America. See a full list of auction items at wcl.american.edu/org/ejf/

Munching On Human Rights: The ABCs of the ICC featuring Maggie Gardner Thurs., April 1, 12 – 1:20pm, Room 402 What is the International Criminal Court, and what's the big deal? Maggie Gardner, ICC Program Manager for Citizens for Global Solutions, will provide an overview of the founding, establishment, and controversy surrounding the ICC as it becomes fully operational. Pizza will be served.

Munching on Human Rights is an introductory program designed to educate and engage students, especially 1Ls, about basic issues in international human rights and humanitarian law. Held once a month, Munching gives you a great opportunity to informally interact with faculty and practitioners to get a “taste” of international law.

Drink Coffee, Eat Breakfast and Take Action—All Before Class!! Action for Human Rights Coffee Hour!! Thurs, April 1, 8:00-10:00am, 6th Floor Student Lounge. Action for Human Rights will once again sponsor its early morning coffee hour for students, faculty and staff interested in human rights. Come and share fair trade coffee and tea, bagels and donuts, ideas and inspiration. The bi-monthly Coffee Hours provide a forum for announcements (at 8:50 am & 9:30 am), recruitment, campaign information and a great place to get to know others interested in human rights. Come join us every other Thursday throughout the semester in the 6th floor Student Lounge (behind the cafeteria).

OTHER EVENTS

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