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Fraud Item: fraud / escroc / estafa: C.R.I.E.S.A.A.E.E.P / lchr_committee2017 / Barrister Wilson / barrister_wilson

Fraudulent message

Date sent: Fri, 16 Jun 2017
From: Barrister Wilson
Send reply to: Barrister Wilson
Subject: 2017 (C.R.I.E.S.A.A.E.E.P) conference Invitation

Dear Colleagues,

The Lawyer's Committee for Human Rights - Human Rights (LCHR) is delighted to invite you to participate in our forth-coming International conference on children's rights in education, sexual assault and ending poverty (C.R.I.E.S.A.A.E.E.P 2017) which will be held from September 17th to 20th 2017 in New York United States of America and from 23rd to 27th 2017 in Africa Continent st Louis Senegal.

The conference welcomes paper presentation from any interested participants willing to present papers during the conference. you are only responsible for your own hotel booking accommodation in Africa Continent St Louis Senegal, the conference organizing committee will be responsible for the accommodation here in the U.S. Together with your round trip air tickets which covers from your country of residence to the United States, from the United States to Africa Continent St Louis Senegal and from St Louis Senegal back to your country of residence. This including all Visa processing.

Please share the information with your colleagues.

For more information contact the Conference Organizing Committee Directly via email (

I am honored to invite you to attend this event as my guest.

Barrister Wilson ,
Member Organizing Committee.


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