Monday, May 19, 2008

In D.C. around Memorial Day?

Dave Clark School of Law - Washington D.C. presents:

Human Rights on the Hill - May 27 to May 31 -

The 6th Annual Human Rights Law mini-course, organized by Joshua Cooper, Ph D., of the University of Hawaii and the Hawaii Inst. for Human Rights. This program brings many of the District's top human rights activists and attorneys to present on their particular areas of expertise. A schedule will be available within the next few days - and you'll be welcome to participate in one or all sessions. The charge for the program is on a sliding scale from $5 to $100 depending on your ability to pay.

The Program will cover International Human rights Institutions and Instruments; Regional Human Rights Treaty Mechanisms, the U.S. Record of Ratification and Adherence to Human Rights Treaties; the International Criminal Court; and Indigenous Peoples' rights and Earth Rights.

It will also feature Excursions of Empowerment to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, National Non-Governmental Organizations' Headquarters, the U.S. State Departments Office on Human Rights and Labor; and the Smithsonian's Museum of the American Indian.

For information on this program, contact Joshua Cooper at or 808-542-7204.

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