McGill University School of Information Studies Students Seek Text Book Donations for Zimbabwe Law School

The McGill Delegation of the Rights & Democracy Network is seeking the following:

  • donations towards the purchase of new public international law, human rights law, or associated text books for the law students of the University of Zimbabwe; or
  • donations of extra copies (including previous editions) of public international law, human rights law, or associated materials.

The delegation is advised by Irene Petras, director of the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights, that there is a substantial need for these text books, as well as stationary at the university. The McGill delegation is organizing a book drive and fundraiser on March 26, from 7-9 p.m., at the McGill Law School  to support the University of Zimbabwe law students. Donations of books/and or donations towards the purchase of new textbooks will be accepted.

For further information, please contact Alex Yiu at mcgillrdnetwork@gmail.com. For anyone located in Montreal, a donation box will also be available in the atrium of the McGill Law School (3644 Peel Street) beginning March 11.

If you wish to send a donation to support the purchase of new text books, please forward your donation to: McGill Rights & Democracy Network c/o of the McGill Faculty of Law Human Rights Working Group at Chancellor Day Hall 3644 Peel Street Montreal, Quebec H3A 1W9.

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1 Response to “McGill University School of Information Studies Students Seek Text Book Donations for Zimbabwe Law School”


  1. 1 Mike October 11, 2009 at 11:25 pm

    Irene Petras has been a real pioneer in the eduction of young law professional in Zimbabwe. I look forward to reading more news about here quest in the future.


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