Nobel Peace Prize recipient and children’s rights activist Kailash Satyarthi will speak about his efforts leading a global movement to end child slavery and exploitive labor practices during PeaceJam Southeast’s 10th Anniversary Public Talk and Conference at Florida State University.
The talk will begin Friday at 6 p.m. at the Turnbull Conference Center.
During the PeaceJam public talk and conference, Satyarthi will give formal talks, participate in informal conversations, watch participants’ presentations of service learning initiatives and join attendees for lunch and service in the Tallahassee community.
Immediately following the talk, PeaceJam Southeast will host its 10th anniversary dinner and celebration. Dinner tickets are $25 and registration is required.
PeaceJam is an international education program that connects youth with Nobel Peace Laureates through educational curriculum, service learning and conferences on university campuses. More than 1.2 million participants worldwide have engaged in PeaceJam programming. The Center for Leadership & Social Change at Florida State University serves as the headquarters for PeaceJam’s Southeast affiliate.