Professor Radhika Coomaraswamy, former UN Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women and former Special Representative of the Secretary General on Children and Armed Conflict, addressed the topic of women and children in international law by looking at three key points:
Ways in which women’s and children’s rights have impacted on the substance and procedure of international law;
The backlash against these developments leading to a paralysis in their contemporary evolution; and
A way forward for the future of international law with women’s and children’s rights incorporated into the discussion.
Professor Diane Marie Amann, University of Georgia School of Law responded with comments on the “Post-Post-Colonial Woman and Child.”
1.5 CLE (60 minute hour credit) California, Pennsylvania, Virginia, New York, and other states by reciprocity
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
(OnDemand) Litigating the Counterterrorism Activities of the United States in Foreign Courts
(OnDemand) International Trade Law and International Investment Law: Complexity and Coherence
(OnDemand) The Role of the Inter-American Court as Pivotal Actor in Upholding Human Rights in Americas (Taking Stock Session 1)
(OnDemand) Syria: Testing the Effectiveness of International Law
(OnDemand) Can International Law Keep Up with the Internet?
(OnDemand) Adapting to Change: The Role of International Organizations