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Companies & Climate Change:
Legal Liability and Human Rights Challenges after Paris/COP21

May 5, 2016
The Mayflower Hotel

National Action Plan (NAP) Convening
Upcoming!
Claudio Grossman Hall,
Washington College of Law

Call for Applications:
International Humanitarian Law Student Writing Competition

Submission Deadline:
October 5, 2016 at 11:59 PM ET

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Center Celebrates 25th Anniversary!

For over 25 years, the Center has worked with students, faculty and the international legal community to provide scholarship and support for human rights initiatives around the world, creating opportunities for students, practitioners and activists through training, outreach, workshops and conferences, and research and publications.  The Center has also created a host of original projects and has built projects to support faculty initiatives which have often been on the cutting edge of emerging areas of international law.  All this has helped to ground the Center as a core resource to the NGO community and a bridge between academia and activists. On April 11-12, the Center celebrated its achievements by hosting a human rights networking event and a day-long conference, featuring panel discussions on the core issue areas of the Center. Click here for event highlights, and stay tuned for more photos and video links of the panel discussions. #CenterAt25  


From the Human Rights Brief

The Human Rights Brief, a student-run publication of the Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law, reports on cutting edge developments in international human rights. The Brief publishes short articles and opinion pieces written by students, academics, and leading human rights practitioners from around the world. Content is run on www.HRBrief.org, the premier website for human rights news, analysis, and resources.

Domestic Violence in Kyrgyzstan
By: Summer Woods

 

 


Have US-Cuba Diplomatic Ties Improved Cuban Human Rights?
By: Marie Durane

 

 



Political Turmoil Escalates in Burundi as Human Rights Violations Proliferate
By: Chloe Canetti