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Tea Time with the Jackson Center: Aggressive War, Human Rights, and Accountability

March 24, 2022 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Join Tea Time with the Jackson Center on Facebook Live Thursday, March 24 at 3pm ET

Our 2022 programming theme is Democracy on Trial. We are exploring the pressures on, challenges to, and opportunities for democracy and democratic institutions. This year, Tea Time with the Jackson Center will occur monthly on the fourth Thursday of each month.

Join us online at 3pm ET on Thursday, March 24 as David Crane, Founding Chief Prosecutor, UN Special Court for Sierra Leone joins Jackson Center President Kristan McMahon for tea to talk about aggressive war, human rights, and how our accountability systems are handling these challenges.

Professor Crane is the founder of Global Accountability Network, a Distinguished Scholar in Residence at Syracuse University College of Law and an author, most recently of Every Living Thing: Facing Down Terrorists, Warlords, and Thugs in West Africa-A Story of Justice. Professor Crane is also a former Board chair and director of the Robert H. Jackson Center.

Join us live on Thursday, March 24 at 3pm ET to listen and ask your questions. If you have a Facebook account, follow RHJC’s page and Kristan’s page to be notified when the video premieres. You can interact with us by commenting on the video during the live stream. Share the video link with your friends on Facebook and other social media accounts using the hashtag #TeawithRHJC.

You can catch up on previous Teas on our website or YouTube channel.


March 24, 2022
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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