Salomone Moderates at Princeton Symposium, and More

Professor Rosemary Salomone recently moderated a panel discussion on “Education” as part of the Language and Migration: Experience and Memory symposium hosted by Princeton University with the Study Group on Language and the United Nations, of which she is a member. She also was a guest speaker in an international seminar series on Language Policy and Practices in the Global North and South organized by Leiden University in the Netherlands. Her presentation, “In Search of Transformative Justice: The South African Constitutional Court and the Right to Education in the Language of One’s Choice,” examined two decisions upholding university language policies favoring instruction in English over Afrikaans and the implications for moving the country toward the Constitution’s promise of transformation and redress. In addition, she was invited by the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools to lead a discussion with NCGS Directors on legal updates including the Office for Civil Rights’ recently announced comprehensive review of Title IX regulations, as part of implementing President Biden’s March 8th Executive Order on Guaranteeing an Educational Environment Free From Discrimination on the Basis of Sex, Including Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity

Rosemary Salomone
Kenneth Wang Professor of Law

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