Fri, Mar
08

Taking Injustice Personally: Human Rights Research on the Frontlines

7:00pm – 10:00pm
¥2,000 (on the door)

A talk by AI’s Senior Director for Research, Dr. Anna Neistat

During her career as a researcher, Anna has conducted more than 60 investigations in conflict areas, including Afghanistan, Chechnya, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe. While working, she has been detained and interrogated by uniformed soldiers as well as insurgent groups.Her and her husband’s work in war-torn Syria is the subject of the award-winning documentary E-Team.

Join this rare chance to hear Anna talk about her career path through several human rights NGOs to the top job in AI, and her experiences of some of the most challenging and dangerous research work in the world! (Followed by Q&A and time for food and drinks)

Reservations are essential.
Send your name, affiliation and request for one or two seats (max) to Amnesty International Japan: camp@amnesty.or.jp

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