This motivational Paul Van Zyl keynote speech urges Americans, and people around the world, to stand up and demand justice for human rights violations that have been seemingly swept under the rug.
As the co-founder of the International Center for Transitional Justice, the speaker focuses his time on social justice and ensuring that people of all backgrounds are treated humanely. He discusses the way that amnesty for offenders is often the only way to bring wars and apartheid to a peaceful resolution, but that the victims of these atrocities not be neglected in the process.
He suggests that a commission should be enacted in the United States to address the torture and violations which occurred in Guantanamo Bay and other various locations to ensure that peace is maintained, but human rights criminals are not let off the hook.
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Paul Van Zyl Keynotes
The inspirational keynotes by Paul Van Zyl draw attention to the persistence of human rights...