Tag Archives: Rights

Calculus: Deal Doggedness and Human Rights Diplomacy

As the issue of denuclearization in the interest of global peace and security continues to be of pressing concern to the world, there is a growing tendency to prioritize such matters of international import above concerns around the problematic human … Continue reading

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Immigration agency allowed to pursue rights violators in U.S. (WDBJ 7 Roanoke)

WASHINGTON Immigration agents have arrested three former foreign military officers who entered the United States after lying about their pasts during Perus struggle with the Shining Path guerrilla movement and Argentinas so-called dirty war. Read more detail on Legal News … Continue reading

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Rights to leave for pregnant women

When it comes to taking time off work to give birth and begin raising a newborn, three primary laws impact the rights of women in California. Those are the California Family Rights Act (CFRA), the federal Family and Medical Leave … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: 2019 Gonzaga Law in Florence Human Rights Conference

Gonzaga University School of Law is accepting proposals for presentations at their upcoming Human Rights Conference in Florence, Italy, co-hosted with Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Italia. The theme of the conference is “Freedom of Expression as a Human Right.” … Continue reading

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Human Rights Day Panel: Repatriating Native American Cultural Property and Remains

Panelists (left-to-right):  Sarah Glass, Emily Palus, and Shannon Keller O’Loughlin. On Monday, December 10th, 2018, the Law Library of Congress invites you to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the UN adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights with a … Continue reading

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