Events
Date
April 20, 2018
Time
9:30am
Location
Faculty Center
Contact
Sandy Valdivieso
sandy@international.ucla.edu

The International Institute Graduate Student Conference Organizing Committe is pleased to present its Fifth Annual Conference: Going Global: Exploring Human Rights in the Shadow of Nationalism.

Students from the UCLA Sociology Department will be presenting papers throughout the conference:

9:30-10:45AM 
Panel I. Implementing and Enforcing Human Rights Law  (Moderator: Erik Clinton II Vansonnenberg)

"Decoupling Transitional Justice: Selective approaches for addressing human rights abuses in Colombia"
By Saskia Nauenberg Dunkell (UCLA Sociology)

1:00-2:15PM 
Panel V. Rights of the Marginalized (Moderator:  Emma Hulse) 

"Reproducing Informality: The Emergence of Syrian-run Health Clinics in Turkey”
By Nihal Kayali (UCLA Sociology)​
 
​2:30-3:45PM 
Panel VII. Human Rights: Visible and Invisible Borders  (Moderator: Chloe Bergsma-Safar)

“Sikh Values are American Values"—How Identity-Based Violence Shapes the Sikh Diaspora”
By Harleen Kaur (UCLA Sociology)