You are invited to the first lunchtime Human Rights Forum at UNO!
Topics include: why birthright citizenship is common in the Americas; loss of citizenship and human rights violations; the 14th Amendment and birthright citizenship in the U.S.; migration; and state sovereignty. Bring your questions as this panel tackles birthright citizenship from a variety of academic viewpoints.
This event will be moderated by Prof. Curtis Hutt, Dept. of Religious Studies and Executive Director of the Goldstein Center for Human Rights.
The Human Rights Forum is an initiative of the Leonard and Shirley Goldstein Center for Human Rights and the Goldstein Family Community Chair in Human Rights. The Forum is held 2-3 times per semester and brings together panels of experts to discuss pressing issues in human rights. Sponsored by the Goldstein Center for Human Rights and Goldstein Family Community Chair in Human Rights.
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