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On 30-31 July, the Centre will be hosting “Aspirational Rituals: Promises and Utopias in Human Rights”. An interdisciplinary workshop with participants from Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, and the UK, “Aspirational Rituals” will investigate the interlinked concepts of utopia and promise, and ask how the language of imagination, hope, futurity, and conclusion function in contemporary human rights. Further details can be found here.

Karima Bennoune, professor of international law at the University of California–Davis School of Law and CIGJ visitor, recently published this fascinating article on the Women’s Court in Bosnia on the blog Peace is Loud. Readers may also want to check out Karima’s TED talk. 

 

 

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