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Weaving a Net of Accountability: Taking on Extraordinary Rendition at the State and Regional Level
April 9, 2010
This public conference explores how to achieve accountability for extraordinary rendition in North Carolina and at the regional level. Bisher al-Rawi, a former Guantanamo detainee and torture survivor, will speak via video from London.
Panel 1: North Carolina’s Role in the “Global Spider Web – Panelists on North Carolina’s role in the “global spider web” of extraordinary rendition to torture. Panelists include Gavin Simpson and Christina Cowger.
Panel 2: The Legal Context of Extraordinary Rendition and Outlook for Restorative Justice – Panelists on the legal framework of extraordinary rendition and the outlook for restorative justice. Panelists include Paula Kweskin, Taiyabba Qureshi, Marianne Twu, Margaret Satterthwaite, Steven Watt, and Steven Edelstein.
Edward Hogan, cofounder of Shannonwatch: Weaving a Net of Accountability - Holding the Irish government accountable for aiding and abetting torture.
Panel 3: The Moral Dimension of Extraordinary Rendition - Panel speakers include former Guantanamo detainee Bisher al-Rawi and Stephen Soldz.
Panel 4: Lessons in Accountability - Panel speakers include Julia Hall, Cynthia Brown and Lisa Magarrell.
Roundtable: Weaving a Net of Accountability - Panelists include Robin Kirk, Sarah Shields, Eric Muller, Jennifer Rudinger and Allyson Caison.
Sponsored by the Duke Human Rights Center, North Carolina Stop Torture Now, the University of North Carolina School of Law Immigration and Human Rights Clinic, the Karl von der Heyden Endowment at Duke University, the Trent Foundation, the UNC Office of International Affairs, the UNC Center for Global Initiatives, Robert Seymour of Chapel Hill and T.D. Poole of Clayton, NC and several anonymous donors.