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International Terrorism / International Human Rights: The 1976 Assassination of Orlando Letelier and the Struggle for Justice

Human rights litigator Fabiola Letelier

Tuesday, April 11, 2006
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Royce 306
Los Angeles, CA 90095

Author of  “The Struggle for Truth and Justice in Chile and the Challenges of Democracy,” Democracy in Chile Today; “Pinochet´s Secret Bank Accounts,” Reflexion y Liberacion;  “Prologue,” Recuerdos de Quiriquina; “Impunity and Its Effects on Democratic Processes¨ and “The Pinochet Case: Implications for International Law and National Reality." 

Award winner of NGO Coalition for an International Criminal Court: “In recognition and appreciation of contributions to the establishment of the International Criminal Court.”  Rome, Italy (1998); Association in Support of Chilean Popular Organizations Joan Alsina Award: “Human Rights for Truth and Justice.” Barcelona, Spain (1999); American Association of Jurists, Valparaiso-Aconcagua: “To the most outstanding defender of the dignity and rights of human being.”  Viña del Mar, Chile (1999) and ARCIS University Student Federation: “For her contribution to the re-establishment of justice in our country.”  Santiago, Chile (2000).

Cost: Open to the public and free of charge

For more information please contact

Nina Moss
Tel: 310-8254571
nmoss@international.ucla.edu
www.international.ucla.edu/lac/

Sponsor(s): Latin American Institute, Spanish and Portuguese, Division of Social Siences, Southern California Consortium of International Studies