A panel discussion at FIU about Death Penalty [fr]
In Paris, in order to raise awareness on this major issue, the French Foreign Affairs ministry has launched an operation dedicated to the young population.
Panel Discussion on "The Death Penalty: European Union and International Perspectives" (MEUCE/FIU) on Friday, Oct. 10, 2014
From left tor right: Hon. David Prodger, Bristish Consul General; Professor Stephen Harper, FIU College of Law; Hon. Nathalie Olijslager, Consul General of the Netherlands; Hon. Adolfo Barattolo, Consul General of Italy; Hon. Jürgen Borsch, Consul General of Germany; Professor Noah Weisbord, FIU College of Law; Hon. Philippe Létrilliart, Consul General of France; Christine I. Caly-Sanchez, MEUCE Associate Director
On Oct. 10th-World Day Against the Death Penalty, the Miami-Florida European Union Center of Excellence (MEUCE) and FIU College of Law, welcomed the European Consuls General in Miami, the US Coordination Washington Team of the British NGO-Reprieve, and FIU College of Law experts to discuss European and International Perspectives on Capital Punishment.
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Moderator: Professor Megan A. Fairlie, FIU College of Law
European Union Consuls in Miami
- Hon. Adolfo Barattolo, Consul General of Italy
- Hon. Cristina Barrios, Consul General of Spain
- Hon. Jürgen Borsch, Consul General of Germany
- Hon. Philippe Létrilliart, Consul General of France
- Hon. Nathalie Olijslager, Consul General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
- Hon. David Prodger, British Consul General
FIU College of Law Experts
- Professor Stephen K. Harper, FIU College of Law
- Professor Noah Weisbord, FIU College of Law
NGO Reprieve-US Coordination
- Philippa Greer, US Coordinator & Legal Fellow, EC Project, Death Penalty Team, Reprieve
This event was Co-Sponsored by the Miami-Florida European Union Center of Excellence, FIU College of Law, the Consulate General of Italy in Miami, NGO Reprieve, the British Consulate-General Miami, the Consulate General of France in Miami, the Consulate General of Germany in Miami, the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Miami and the Consulate General of Spain in Miami.
For more info regarding France’s committment against death penalty, log onto the French Foreign Affairs Minsitry’s website..
Article updated on Oct. 13, 2014.