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Sanela Diana Jenkins HR Series: The Justice Cascade: How Human Rights Prosecutions are Changing World Politics

January 12, 2011

Kathryn Sikkink is a Regents Professor and the McKnight Presidential Chair in Political Science at the University of Minnesota.  She has a M.A. and Ph.D.

Post-Conflict International Human Rights: Bright Spots, Shadows, Dilemmas

April 22, 2010

José Zalaquett is a Chilean lawyer and legal scholar known for his work defending human rights in Chile during the regime of General Pinochet.

Mary Robinson : Human Rights Strategies in the 21st Century [Humanities Center Event]

April 13, 2010

President Robinson will be drawing on the work of Realizing Rights in areas of corporate responsibility, right to health, decent work and climate justice.

Participatory Development in East Africa's Largest Slum: The Carolina For Kibera Story

April 6, 2010

Carolina for Kibera (CFK) inspires and nurtures youth leaders in the slum of Kibera, Kenya through a unique model of participatory development.  CFK recognizes the youth of Kibera as resilient,...

International Courts and the U.S. Constitution

April 2, 2010

Professor Jenny S. Martinez is a leading expert on international courts and tribunals, international human rights, and the laws of war.

Globalization, Citizenship, Human Rights and Education

March 10, 2010

Since World War II, a major element of globalization has involved the expansion of human rights norms, rules, and institutions.  This broad movement represents a dramatic shift from earlier...

Aesthetic Education in the Age of Globalization

February 26, 2010

The lecture is preceded by a workshop at 10am in the same location. For additional information please access the DLCL site listing here.

The European Union's Lisbon Treaty : Assessment and Implications for the United States

February 18, 2010

Born in Tunis in 1957, Laurent Cohen-Tanugi is a Paris-based international lawyer, policy adviser and public intellectual.

Human Rights and the International Criminal Court: Interactive Radio for Justice Presentation

February 4, 2010

Interactive Radio for Justice (IRFJ) uses media to help improve awareness of the International Criminal Court and hold human rights violators to account.

Holding War Criminals Accountable: Stanford Student Participation in Human Rights Trials

January 13, 2010

Over the past eight years, Stanford students have contributed to holding war criminals accountable in trials held both inside the United States and abroad.

Human Rights Inc.: The World Novel, Narrative Form, and International Law

November 20, 2009

The Center for the Study of the Novel is pleased to present a discussion of Professor Joseph Slaughter's new book, Human Rights Inc: The World Novel, Narrative Form, and International Law.

Pious Words, Puny Deeds: The "International Community" and Mass Atrocities

November 13, 2009

Rajan Menon is the Monroe J. Rathbone Professor of International Relations at Lehigh University.