An Evening with Nicholas Opiyo

CJA’s Young Professionals’ for Committee for Human Rights and the Human Rights Watch Young Professionals Network invite you to

Special Guest Speaker
Nicholas Opiyo
Human Rights Lawyer and Founder of Chapter Four Uganda

Thursday, February 25 @ Slack
155 5th Street, 6th Floor
San Francisco
6:30pm cocktails / 7:30pm Discussion and Q&A
Free to attend

Join CJA’s Young Professionals’ Committee for Human Rights and Human Rights Watch’s Young Professionals Network for a co-sponsored event in CJA’s “Drink & Think” speaker series, a happy hour dialogue about social justice led by modern day human rights heroes.

February’s event features a discussion with Nicholas Opiyo, human rights lawyer and founder of Chapter Four Uganda. Opiyo has worked tirelessly to defend human rights and civil liberties in Uganda. He was a key leader in advocating for Uganda’s law criminalizing torture, and has successfully argued several high-level constitutional challenges, including the fight to successfully repeal the Anti-Homosexuality Act.

Complimentary snacks will be served and there will be a cash bar. Event is free and open to the public, but donations are welcomed. All proceeds will benefit CJA & HRW. Space is limited.

All guests must register individually. Guests will be required to sign an NDA in advance of the event or at the door, as required by the venue.

Click here to register.