HUMAN RIGHTS AND SECURITY
You are invited to come and hear Jumana Musa speak about her role as Amnesty International's legal observer at military commission proceedings at the US naval base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
WHEN: Tuesday February 15, at 5.30pm
WHERE: Activist Resource Centre, Civic (upstairs from Dymocks)
Jumana Musa is a human rights attorney and activist based in Washington DC. She is currently the Advocacy Director for Domestic Human Rights and International Justice at Amnesty International, where she addresses the domestic and international impact of the Bush administration's "war on terror" on human rights.
The meeting will provide an opportunity for AIA members and supporters to benefit from a colleague with direct expertise on the Human Rights and Security campaign theme broadly, as well as specifically in the cases of Australian detainees David Hicks and Mamdouh Habib.
For further details please contact Bede Carmody Amnesty International Australia ACT/SNSW Community Campaigner on 6257 6636 or [email protected]
Bede Carmody Community Campaigner - ACT/Southern NSW Amnesty International Australia PO Box 1708 Canberra ACT 2601 P: 02 6257 6636 (Mon-Thurs) F: 02 6257 7588