RIT Conference Explores Globalization and Human Rights
April 15, 2001
by Susan Murphy
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Poverty, human rights violations and other social consequences of globalization will be explored during a one-day conference on Thursday, April 19, at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Globalization and Human Rights will address world poverty and the rights of workers, women, indigenous peoples and peasant cultures, as well as collective actions to reform globalization. The event, free and open to the public, is the fourth annual conference sponsored by RIT’s Department of Sociology and Anthropology.
Issues under discussion will include:
For more information, contact Murli Sinha, chair of sociology and anthropology, at 475-2896 or 475-6701.