Made in the USA: Impact of Exporting a One-Size-Fits-All Counterterrorism Policy

You’re invited to a brown bag lunch featuring Dr. David Small of New Zealand, a visiting Fulbright Scholar at Georgetown University. Dr. Small will describe the impact of the United States’ exporting its counterterrorism regime around the world, and identify alternative models that respect civil liberties and are better suited to meet the security needs of “low-risk” countries like his native New Zealand.
Dr. Small has been a long-time activist for social justice issues, from leading an anti-apartheid protest in 1981 to opposing the model of globalization that has sparked the current Occupy Wall Street actions. He is also a Senior Lecturer in Education at the University of Canterbury, and Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand.
When: Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011 from 12-1pm
Where: 110 Maryland Ave. N.E. Suite 108, Washington D.C. 20002 (United Methodist Building)
   Metro: Take red line to Union Station or blue/orange line to Capitol South
   The entrance to the building is to the left of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Drinks and dessert will be served 
     Please RSVP to Nathaniel Turner at [email protected]