Oscar Arias Sánchez, two-time President of Costa Rica, won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1987 for negotiating peace in Central America. The “Arias Plan” called on the leaders in the region to limit the size of their armies, assure freedom of the press and hold open elections. He also made efforts to protect the environment, battle poverty and improve education for the people.
Today Arias’ work focuses on peace, justice, and disarmament and tackles challenging social problems such as the trafficking of drugs, arms, women and children.
Dr. Arias will be giving a public lecture on Friday April 13, 2018 at Tivoli Turnehalle from 7:00-8:30pm.
Registration is now open for MSU Denver and Regis Students and Faculty using a school email.
This talk will be free and open to the public starting March 19th, however seating is limited. Please secure you ticket in order to reserve your seat.
SEATING IS ONLY GUARANTEED UNTIL 6:45PM.
At 6:45pm any remaining seats will be opened to those without tickets
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-455-2099 with questions