2022 Global Policy Institute Book Award to Richard Falk
ANNOUNCEMENTS, 4 Apr 2022
Richard Falk | Global Justice in the 21st Century - TRANSCEND Media Service
Presented to Dr. Richard Falk, author of Public Intellectual: The Life of a Citizen Pilgrim
29 Mar 2022 – Princeton University emeritus professor Richard A. Falk is the winner of the 2022 Global Policy Institute Book Award. Dr. Falk is a member of the Editorial Boards of The Nation and The Progressive, Chair of the Board of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, and a member of the TRANSCEND Network. He is a former advisory board member of the World Federalist Institute and the American Movement for World Government. Dr. Falk acted as counsel to Ethiopia and Liberia in the famous South West Africa Cases (1965) that came before the International Court of Justice. During 1999–2000, Falk worked on the Independent International Commission on Kosovo. In 2008, the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) appointed Falk to a six-year term as United Nations Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the occupied Palestinian territories. In that high-profile role, his critical findings on the repression and denial of human rights for Palestinians eventually led to him being banned from Israel.
Dr. Falk is now a Santa Barbara resident. After four decades at Princeton, he has served as Visiting Distinguished Professor in Global and International Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and has lectured widely around the world as one of America’s most recognizable and relentless crusaders for international justice.
The 2022 Global Policy Institute Best Book Award will be presented in a gala reception at the Del Rey Yacht Club.
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