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A basic principle of of the United Nations asserts that victims of systemic and massive violations of human rights have a right to prompt, adequate and effective reparation.
Reparations have the potential to build trust and restore dignity through a felt, public commitment to human rights. They also serve the objectives of providing a measure of justice directly to victims, offering them a future that may alleviate, to some extent, the suffering they have endured.
Join Harvey Harrison to explore the moral and ethical dimensions of this right through a personal, humanist, lens.
Forum: Vision Questions for the Congregation
11:00 am.. in Griffin Hall
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