In the Democratic Republic of Congo, nearly 6 million people have died as a result of violent conflict since 1996, making it one of the deadliest and leastdiscussed humanitarian crises in human history.
Come see Kambale Musavuli
Spokesperson for “Friends of the Congo”
Friday Oct. 21st, 4:15 pm
Science Center 128 (maps and directions)
Mr. Kambale Musavuli, will be speaking on the causes of the conflict, the environmental consequences, and the systematic violence against women. Mr. Musavuli is a well-known Congolese human rights activist and spokesperson for Friends of the Congo. His goal is to mobilize the global community to help bring an end to the conflict in the Congo and provide support to the people of Congo.
Sponsored by: Forum for Free Speech, Swarthmore STAND, Swarthmore Political Science Department, Swarthmore Gender and Sexuality Studies, Swarthmore Peace and Conflict Studies, and the Office of the President