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Jeffrey Sachs on Representing the Voiceless

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The good people at the Situationist have uploaded many of their videos to YouTube. Included below is Jeffrey Sachs’ talk “Representing the Voiceless: The Poor, the Excluded, and the Future.”

On September 11, 2009 economist Jeffrey Sachs presented his findings on how unaddressed environmental and economic disparity inevitably becomes a source of ethnic conflict and tension in a increasingly globalized word. He helped Harvard Law students deepen their understanding of the connection between policy and security, the need for scientific literacy while urging them to apply their skills to the support of international treaties and alleviation of the word’s greater social problems.

Jeffrey Sachs, Clip 1

Jeffrey Sachs, Clip 2

Jeffrey Sachs, Clip 3

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