A Chicago native and graduate of Dillard University, Mr. Bradberry is a community organizer and was also a public school instructor working with children from early childhood through high school. In 2005, Mr. Bradberry was awarded the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award for his work on behalf of the victims of Hurricane Katrina. In response to the BP oil drilling disaster, he is advocating for federal initiatives that partner with affected communities, their local authorities and organizations to address the crisis affecting the health and livelihoods of thousands across the U.S. Gulf Coast.
This event has been organized by the U.S. Mission in Geneva and the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Foundation Switzerland. It has to be highlighted that Mr. Stephen Bradberry does not represent the U.S. Government, and his views are not necessarily those of the U.S. Government.
Date: 11 May 2016
Entrance: This is a private event. But if you are interested in Mr. Stephen Bradberry’s personal views regarding climate change and human rights, we invite you to Mr. Bradberry’s lecture at the University of Zurich, which will be held on May 10, 2016 (info here).
As a teacher you can also participate with your school class in our school event, which we have organized together with myclimate. Mr. Bradberry will speak on 9 May 2016 at Kantonsschule Enge in Zurich (info here).