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International Humanitarian Law Seminar
Law/JAG/ICRC. Related Article
(re)Conceptualizing the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict: Key Paradigm Shifts
Dr. Sara Roy, Harvard University’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies.
Justice and Legal Reform in China. Related Article
Minority Rights and State Accountability
Gay McDougall, U.N. Independent Expert on Minority Issues, part of a year-long series sponsored by the HRP and the Center for the Study of Race and Law. Related Article
When Civilians Become Combatants: Direct Participation in Hostilities
W. Hays Parks, assistant general counsel, U.S. Dept. of Defense; Philip Sundel, deputy legal advisor, International Committee of the Red Cross, Regional Delegation for United States and Canada; Laura Dickinson, professor at University of Connecticut School of Law; Maj. Chris Brown, JAG Legal Center and School, U.S. Army. Related Article
Human Rights and the Muslim Woman: Reflections on Multiculturalism and Identity
Professor Azizah al Hibri of University of Richmond School of Law, president of KARAMAH, Muslim Women Lawyers for Human Rights.
Interdisciplinary Research: Opportunities to Work Abroad (Summer 2008)
Center for Global Health. Human Rights Advocacy for U.S. Compliance With the U.N. Race Convention
Margaret Huang, speaking as part of Human Rights at Home: Race, Rights and the UN Race Convention, a year-long series sponsored by the HRP and the Center for the Study of Race and Law. Related ArticleTibet: The World’s Largest Remaining Colony? Problems and Prospects for a Political Settlement
Dr. Lobsang Sangay (research associate, East Asian Legal Studies Program, Harvard Law School) and Professor Rob Sloane (Boston University School of Law; Board Chair, Tibet Justice Center). Related ArticleThird World Approaches to International Law and Rule of Law in Post-Conflict Nation Building: A Critical Examination
Two events with Balakrishnan Rajagopal, associate professor of law and development at MIT. Related ArticleHuman Rights Program Potluck Dinner
The Recipients of the 2007 Class of 1957 South Africa Human Rights Summer Fellowship
Dennis Barrett (’09) and Germaine Dunn (’09). Related Article
What DNA Can Tell Us About Criminal Justice
Professor Brandon Garrett. This presentation was part of Human Rights at Home: Race, Rights and the UN Race Convention, a year-long series sponsored by the HRP and the Center for the Study of Race and Law. Related Article
Restore Habeas Corpus
UVA Letter Writing Campaign. Related Article
Disputed Rights: Pharmaceutical Patents and Access to Medications: The South African Model for Advocacy
Brent Savoie (’07).
Human Rights Research in Progress
Civil Rights, Human Rights and Globalization: Closing the Gap on Economic and Racial Disparities
Crispian Kirk, NAACP director of international affiars.
Holding International Financial Institutions Accountable for Human Rights in Global Development
David Hunter, professor at American University/Washington College of Law, former director, Center for International Environmental Law.
Agronomist (HRP Movie Series)