Upcoming Virtual Talk from UC Berkeley Law: "Understanding International Human Rights Commitments: Control Mechanisms, Legitimacy and Domestic Change"

by | Sep 21, 2015

The Berkeley Comparative Anti-Discrimination Law Virtual Study Group is giving a presentation on Thursday, September 24, 2015 at 9:00 am in Berkeley in Room 136 Boalt Hall on:

“Understanding International Human Rights Commitments: Control Mechanisms, Legitimacy and Domestic Change”
by Hubert Smekal, Assistant Professor, Department of IR and European Studies
Masaryk University, Czech Republic
For those of you planning to attend virtually, here is the link:

https://bluejeans.com/8684672149

Here is a test link to try out the software on your computer before the meeting.

https://bluejeans.com/111

Please RSVP by return email to Nancy Donovan (ndonovan@law.berkeley.edu) by noon Tuesday, September 22nd, if you plan to attend, either in person or virtually.

To read the background paper, click here: Virtual Talk Paper

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