Perspectives on Coercive Interrogation Symposium: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

University of North Carolina At Chapel Hill

Ethics in the Professions Series Symposium:
Perspectives on Coercive Interrogation

The aim of this symposium is to explore the ethical issues raised by the methods of interrogation practiced by the U.S. government, addressed from perspectives and disciplines ranging from psychology, law, philosophy and government.

Ethics in the Professions Series Symposium, Perspectives on Coercive Interrogation: Nightwind. In the first day of the Symposium, “Perspectives on Coercive Interrogation,” ImaginAction Creative Director, Hector Aristiz√°bal, will perform a one-man dramatic reenactment of his torture experience at the hands of paramilitary officials in Columbia, 1982. Co-sponsored with the Department of Philosophy.

Location:Hyde Hall University Room, 7:30 pm.

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