The Architecture of Human Rights – Geneva Seminar, 10th – 12th of June 2010

Geneva is a key location in the “international architecture” of global management – the complex set of institutions, legislations, discourses and practices created to govern International relations according to “universal” principles. This three-day seminar will take advantage of this location to probe the complex politics of Human Rights and International Law, and of the institutions set to shape, monitor, enforce them, such as the Human Rights Council (which will be holding its 14th session at the time of our seminar) and UN agencies.

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