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Karen J. Greenberg and Clemens Nathan are two of the leading contemporary voices on international human rights and international justice. Their discussion looks back at events of the previous century and forward to consider national and international challenges and priorities in the new century.
Karen J. Greenberg is the Executive Director of the Center on Law and Security, based at New York University. She is the author of The Least Worst Place: Guantanamo's First 100 Days (Oxford University Press, 2009). She has edited The Enemy Combatant Papers (2008); The Torture Papers (2005); The Torture Debate in America (2005); and Al Quaeda Now (2005).
Clemens Nathan worked with René Cassin at the Alliance Israelite Universelle and has carried on his tradition of working for human rights at the Clemens Nathan Research Centre, an organization devoted to the promotion of international human rights. Germaine Ingram (moderator) is Director of Site Development at The Benefit Bank, a program of Solutions for Progress, Philadelphia.
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Part 1 2009 lecture (low fidelity, 32 kbps MP3 audio)
Beitler09Part1Hi.mp3 (31208 kB)
Part 1 2009 lecture (medium fidelity, 32 kbps MPEG-4 AAC audio
Beitler09Part2Lo.mp3 (14571 kB)
Part 2 2009 lecture (low fidelity, 32 kbps MP3 audio)
Beitler09Part2Hi.mp3 (29144 kB)
Part 2 2009 lecture (medium fidelity, 32 kbps MPEG-4 AAC audio
Beitler09Part3Lo.mp3 (13477 kB)
Part 3 2009 lecture (low fidelity, 32 kbps MP3 audio)
Beitler09Part3Hi.mp3 (26954 kB)
Part 3 2009 lecture (medium fidelity, 32 kbps MPEG-4 AAC audio
Date Posted: 03 August 2009