Sunday, May 09, 2010

The Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law presents:

Human Rights Month


All panels will take place at:

American University, Washington College of Law, Rm. 603, 12:30 -2pm

Each year, the Academy sponsors a month of events dedicated to human rights theory. It is an opportunity to share experiences and network with fellow practitioners and internationally known scholars and activists. We hope that you can join us for some—or all—of these events. For more information, please visit us at:


  • June 3: International Law and Transitional Processes: Contemporary Challenges
  • June 7: Assessing the Impact of International Law and Institutions in the Protection of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Challenges Ahead
  • June 9: The International Human Rights Status of Elderly Rights: Current Trends
  • June 11: International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law: the Scope of their Relationship in Theory and Practice

V Annual Meeting on Human Rights

  • June 14: A Regional Comparison of Human Rights Systems: Africa, America, Asia and Europe
  • June 15: Recent Developments in the Inter-American Human Rights System: a Debate on the New Procedural Rules of the Commission and Court and their Future Application

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