Moral Obligation of Addressing Global Poverty at Princeton

Princeton, N.J. Jim Luce, founder of Orphans International Worldwide joined Princeton professors Patricia Fernandez Kelly and Beth Bogan along with the Dean of the Center for Religious Life Alison Boden and student Sitraka Andriamanantenasoa representing the United World Colleges for a panel on “The Moral Obligation of Addressing Global Poverty at Princeton University on April 30, 2008.

Presented by:

United World Colleges and
Orphans International Worldwide – Global Youth Advisory Board

Moderator: Tim Cheston, Princeton Student ’08,
Leader of ONE Princeton Campaign to Fight Poverty

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  • Jim Luce – Founder and President of Orphans International Worldwide
  • Toni Cela – Executive Director of Orphans International Worldwide
  • Patricia Fernandez Kelly – Princeton Professor, Sociology
  • Beth Bogan – Princeton Professor, Economics
  • Alison Boden – Dean of the Center for Religious Life
  • Sitraka Andriamanantenasoa – Princeton Student ’11, United World Colleges

Everyone is welcome to a reception following the discussion.

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