FridayHLS in the World:

How Does International Human Rights Law Make a Difference in the World?

Oct 27|9:00 - 10:30am
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Experts with a variety of experiences and perspectives will discuss whether and how international human rights law has real-world effects on preventing and redressing human rights abuses. The panel includes HLS graduates with experience in government, business, international organizations, advocacy, and academia, and a political scientist who studies the question empirically. After insights from the panelists are heard, the conversation  continues with the audience.

Featuring:
Gerald Neuman '80 J. Sinclair Armstrong Professor of International, Foreign, and Comparative Law, Harvard Law School
Harold Koh '80 Sterling Professor of International Law, Yale Law School
Viviana Krsticevic LL. M. '93 Executive Director, Center for Justice and International Law
Makau Mutua LL.M. '85 S.J.D. '87 SUNY Distinguished Professor; Floyd H. and Hilda L. Hurst Faculty Scholar, University at Buffalo School of Law
Kathryn Sikkink Ryan Family Professor of Human Rights Policy, Kennedy School of Government