Join a Twitter Q&A on the World Summit of Nobel Laureates

Posted by Ann Stock
April 2, 2012
Twitter Q&A With Assistant Secretary Ann Stock and Kerry Kennedy

"Speak Up, Speak Out" for Human Rights: that's the theme of this year's upcoming World Summit of Nobel Laureates. Chicago will host the Summit, featuring inspiring human rights defenders from around the world April 23 to 25, 2012.

As we approach this important event, I'm so honored to partner with my friend and colleague Kerry Kennedy, founder of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights, for a Twitter Q&A on Tuesday, April 3, 2012, from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. EDT. The RFK Center is a World Summit of Nobel Laureates partner, and has as its mission to help give a voice to the voiceless around the world. We invite you to participate via Twitter using the hashtag #Nobel. Send in your questions, ideas, and personal stories. We'll respond to as many of your comments as possible.

Follow me on @AnnAtState, and we look forward to hearing from you on Twitter!

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wanted33
April 3, 2012

W.W. writes:

Wanted!

Interesting!

meet34
April 3, 2012

W.W. writes:

"To remain silent is the greatest sin of all."

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel

Rosalin K.
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Ghana
April 3, 2012

Rosalin in Ghana writes:

I will love to join the discussion and let Ghanaians voice to be heard.

Vidia R.
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New York, USA
April 3, 2012

Vidia R. in New York writes:

The violation of human rights are a ubiquitous occurrence throughout the developed and non-developed world. The nihilist activities of KONY and global human trafficking concerns only scratch the surface of the broader issue at hand.

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