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  • George Letsas: Dialogue, Deference and the Legitimacy of International Courts

    George Letsas: Dialogue, Deference and the Legitimacy of International Courts

    Join us for a talk by Dr. George Letsas of University College London Faculty of Laws. Dr. Letsas is currently the Co-Director of UCL’s Institute for Human Rights. His research interests […]

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  • Kathyrn Sikkink: WOLA/Duke Book Award Reception and Reading

    Kathyrn Sikkink: WOLA/Duke Book Award Reception and Reading

    Join us to honor Kathryn Sikkink, author of The Justice Cascade: How Human Rights Prosecutions Are Changing World and winner of the WOLA/Duke Book Award. The Justice Cascade will be available at the event. […]

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  • Toward A Moral Consensus Against Torture

    Toward A Moral Consensus Against Torture

    Registration fee – $10 for students and $35 for non-students (Includes two meals and snacks on Saturday morning Registration deadline – Friday, March 18, 2011. Experts in theology, religion and […]

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  • The Road From Kampala Conference

    The Road From Kampala Conference

    Free to Duke-affiliated students and faculty; Open to the Public for $25 registration fee Friday events are by invitation only; Saturday events are open to everyone. Please register if you plan to […]

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  • R!C!A! Film Screening: After Innocence

    R!C!A! Film Screening: After Innocence

    A RECEPTION AT 6:30 PM IN THE RARE BOOK ROOM LOBBY PRECEDES THE SCREENING After Innocence (95 minutes) Content+Intent=Change Award, 2005 and Working Films Award, 2005: This gripping documentary  tells the dramatic and […]

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