Saturday, May 29, 2010

Human Rights Advocate Somaly Mam to Speak at DePaul University




FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 2010

Breakfast 8:30 A.M.
Program 9:30–11:00 A.M

DePaul University
Cortelyou Commons
2324 N. Fremont Street
Chicago, IL 60614

Please join us in a rare conversation with Somaly Mam,
a remarkable human rights advocate from Cambodia whose
courageous battle against global sexual slavery and for
universal rights for women continue to inspire and
touch so many lives.

Named one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People of 2009,
Mam’s tireless efforts to end human trafficking have been
supported by the United Nations, praised by the State Department
and earned her the first Roland Berger Human Dignity Award in 2008.

Mam has also been selected as the 2010 Honorary Degree Recipient for
DePaul University’s School for New Learning. To view Mam’s full bio,
see the Somaly Mam Foundation website at:

Limited seating so RSVP required at by June 9, 2010. Contact Shannon Stone-Winding at or 312.362.6367 for more info.
Directions to Cortelyou Commons can be found at

Discounted parking for this event is available at the Sheffield Parking Garage at 2335 N.
Sheffield Avenue and at the Clifton Parking Deck at 2330 N. Clifton Avenue.

If you are interested in attending with others from our group, please contact Lynn Herzog at

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