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Prof. Camille Nelson on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

Professor Camille Nelson recently delivered a keynote address to the Canadian Department of Justice on the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. Her presentation was entitledMission Possible: Achieving Diversity in Complex Times.

In addition, Professor Nelson recently delivered the keynote address and presented on a panel at The Inter-American Center for Human Rights conference, Get Up Stand Up: Homophobia in the Caribbean. Professor Nelson’s lecture was entitled Sexuality Without Borders: Towards a Non-Neo Notion of Caribbean Sexual Equality.

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