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APOLOGIES FOR CROSS-POSTING **************************** HUMAN RIGHTS LUNCHTIME LECTURE - Reluctant imperialism: human rights, regime change and pre-emptive intervention The British Institute of Human Rights would like to invite you to the second public lecture in its 17th annual Lunchtime Lecture Series. Event: Reluctant imperialism - human rights, regime change and pre-emptive intervention Speaker: George Joffe, Centre for International Studies Cambridge Date: Thursday 7 November Time: 1-2pm Venue: Great Hall at King's College London, 152-170 The Strand, London WC2 Contact: 020 7401 2712 ADMISSION IS FREE & PRE-BOOKING IS NOT REQUIRED George Joffe, will give the second lecture in the 2002-03 series. A renowned expert on the middle East, Mr Joffe is giving this lecture for BIHR at a crucial time. George Joffe specialises in Mediterranean affairs, with particular reference to North Africa and the Middle East. Between 1997 and 2000 he was the director-of-studies and deputy-director of the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London and is now visiting professor in geography at Kings College and a research fellow at the Centre of International Studies in Cambridge. The British Institute of Human Rights is a charitable organisation affiliated to King's College, London, dedicated to furthering the promotion and protection of human rights. We focus in particular on mainstreaming human rights principles in society, which we do by working closely with other organisations representing or assisting marginalised communities. The lunchtime lecture series aims to bring issues concerning human rights to a wider audience and the speakers and topics are selected with accessibility and public interest in mind. The British Institute of Human Rights Seventeenth Annual Lecture Series is supported by the Law School, King's College, the John S Cohen Foundation and is held in association with the Independent Newspaper. For more information please contact Hannah Pearce at BIHR on 020 7401 2712. British Institute of Human Rights Kings College London 75-79 York Road London SE1 7AW Tel 020 7401 2712 Fax 020 7401 2695 http://www.bihr.org _______________________________________________ Sent via the discussion list of the Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq. To unsubscribe, visit http://lists.casi.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/casi-discuss To contact the list manager, email email@example.com All postings are archived on CASI's website: http://www.casi.org.uk