Future of Guantanamo

Listen to a panel discussion featuring Andy Worthington, Joanne Mariner, Wells Dixon, and Jonathan Hafetz on the timely and important issues revolving around the future of Guantánamo.

March 10, 2008
 
 
Listen to a panel discussion featuring Andy Worthington, Joanne Mariner, Wells Dixon, and Jonathan Hafetz on the timely and important issues revolving around the future of Guantánamo, including concerns involving the detainees still held at the naval base and the detainees who have been cleared but cannot return home, proposals regarding preventive detention, domestic implications of Guantánamo, the use of military commissions, and the future of other American detention facilities around the world.  

This discussion took place on Monday, March 10, 2008, at Columbia University Law School.

About the Panelists:

  • Andy Worthington, journalist and author of The Guantánamo Files.  Visit Andy Worthington's website here.
  • Jonathan
    Hafetz
    , litigation director for the Brennan Center for Justice's Liberty
    and National Security Project and expert on detention and habeas corpus issues.
  • Joanne Mariner,
    director of Human Rights Watch’s
    Terrorism and Counterterrorism Program and expert on counterterrorism laws
    and policies.
  • Wells Dixon, attorney
    with the Center for Constitutional Rights
    Guantánamo Global Justice Initiative, which challenges the detention of
    prisoners held at Guantánamo
    Bay.

 
Andy Worthington, Jonathan Hafetz, Joanne Mariner, and Wells Dixon