Friends of Human Rights
Professor Judy McGregor and Dr Jane Verbitsky invite you to Friends of Human Rights Launch
- Launch of a new network of AUT human rights students
- Update on youth homelessness project
- Launch of a new book on human dignity
- Possible guest speaker on human rights and the internet (Deputy Chief Privacy Commissioner)
Friends of Human Rights is the new AUT alumni network for Master of Human Rights students, alumni and members of the wider human rights community interested in contemporary social justice issues.
Drinks and nibbles provided.
RSVP to Stevie at firstname.lastname@example.org by 16 June 2017.
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Opportunity is knocking and you’re invited – Visit the AUT ICT & Engineering Careers Fair 2018 on Wednesday 25 July 11am-2:00pm in WA224 - The Conference Centre at the AUT City campus
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