Fox and Rothenberg win Good Neighbor Award

05/02/2013
Daniel Rothenberg
Emoline Fox
Daniel Bodansky
Emoline Fox, a coordinator for the Center for Law and Global Affairs, and Daniel Rothenberg, a former professor of practice at the College of Law, along with Arizona State University, recently were chosen to receive the American Red Cross Grand Canyon Chapter's Good Neighbor Award.

The award is given to an individual or organization outside of the American Red Cross, in recognition of distinguished cooperation and partnership in making a difference in the lives of others.

The work Fox and Rothenberg did with the Second Annual International Humanitarian Law (IHL) workshop enabled students from Arizona and four other states to attend and receive instruction in International Humanitarian Law.

“This award is richly deserved,” said Daniel Bodansky, Lincoln Professor and faculty member of the Center for Law and Global Affairs. “Daniel and Emoline's initiative in organizing the International Humanitarian Law Workshop is just one of many examples of their contributions to the community.”

Pat Farmer, chair of the Grand Canyon Chapter’s Award Committee, said the partnership made the IHL goal obtainable and successful, and also will serve as a template for other chapters to offer such a course at an institution of higher learning.”
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