Vancouver Human Rights Lectures: Rights in a History of Wrongs: What does a just future look like for Indigenous peoples? @ UBC First Nations Long House, Thurs Nov. 1

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The Laurier Institution, UBC Continuing Studies, the UBC First Nations House of Learning, and CBC Radio One are pleased to invite you to the 2012 Vancouver Human Rights Lecture at the First Nations Longhouse at the University of British Columbia.

Lecture: Rights in a History of Wrongs: What does a just future look like for Indigenous peoples?

Speaker Bob Watts examines the historical relationship between Aboriginal peoples and human rights, some current issues affecting the rights discourse, the work of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and provides some thoughts on the future.

The lecture is hosted by Paul Kennedy, host of the CBC radio program Ideas,
and will be recorded for national broadcast.

Time: Thursday, November 1, 7pm

Place: First Nations Longhouse, UBC Point Grey

Cost: FREE but call 604.822.1444 or go online at www.cstudies.ubc.ca/public-lectures/ to reserve a seat.