The Invisible People: How the U.S. Has Slept Through the Global AIDS Pandemic, The Greatest Catastrophe of Our Time

Event offered by:
Foreign Policy Association

Event Details

Date:
Wednesday, November 17, 2004
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM 
Location:
Santander Central Hispano
45 East 53rd Street (Between Park & Madison Avenues)
New York, NY
Event type
Lecture / Panel  

Event Transcripts and Video

Speaker:

Greg M. Behrman, author, THE INVISIBLE PEOPLE: How the U.S. Has Slept Through the Global AIDS Pandemic, The Greatest Humanitarian Catastrophe of Our Time

Event Speakers

    • Greg Marc Behrman - Speaker
      Coordinator for the Council on Foreign Relations Roundtable on Improving U.S. Global AIDS Policy & Author

      Greg Marc Behrman is the author of “THE INVISIBLE PEOPLE: How the U.S. Has Slept Through the Global AIDS Pandemic, The Greatest Humanitarian Catastrophe of Our Time” (Free Press; June 2, 2004). He is also the Coordinator for the Council on Foreign Relations Roundtable on Improving U.S. Global AIDS Policy and the primary author of the Roundtable's 25-page report, to be published by the Council on Foreign Relations in June 2004 (and submitted to the Bush administration, Congress and the media) with recommendations for improving U.S. global AIDS policy. He has moderated Roundtable events with leading national and international policy makers and experts and has participated in several foreign policy Conferences on global AIDS, at both the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). His writing on the global AIDS pandemic has been published by the Los Angeles Times. He serves on the Board of Directors for Heartbeat, a non-profit organization in South Africa that cares for AIDS orphans. He will be donating all of the proceeds from the book to Heartbeat. He graduated magna cum laude with a BA in Politics and certificate in Economics from Princeton University. He graduated with an M.Phil in International Relations from Oxford University.