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A note to ISA Members!

The ISA-HQ partnered with the UConn Human Rights Institute to co-sponsor a lunchtime seminar featuring ISA member Dr. Melvis Ndiloseh. By all accounts, the talk on "Capacity Building for Human Rights and Conflict Management" was very successful. Audience members learned about her work with the African Union on conflict assessment and prevention in the continent of Africa.

Dr. Ndiloseh is an ISA member and a Senior Lecturer at the Institute of International Relations of Cameroon.

The ISA HQ to all members: if you're visiting the state of Connecticut or one of its neighboring states are interested in discussing your work with the UConn community, please let Lembe Tiky ( know.

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Mary  Smith
Saturday, July 14, 2018 9:07 AM
This note is important for all of the ISA members, in my opinion. If they can get this note to the best paper writing service, then it will be a pretty big deal. I am sure most people will think it's not a big deal, but it will be.

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