What you do matters: 2015 washington, dc tribute dinner
Please join us on April 15, 2015, for our annual tribute dinner to confer our highest honor, the Elie Wiesel Award, on Judge Thomas Buergenthal and Benjamin Ferencz. As one of the youngest survivors of Auschwitz, Judge Buergenthal brings a unique perspective to his lifelong commitment to international and human rights law. Inspired by his role as a prosecutor in the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, Mr. Ferencz has dedicated his career to replacing "the rule of force with the rule of law." The event will feature keynote speaker, James Comey, Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Register online now!
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