WHEN: Thursday, June 19, 2014
WHERE: UC Hastings College of the Law, San Francisco, California
WHO: Experts in international human rights law and women’s rights will share insights and examples with advocates and attorneys whose work involves violence against women, discrimination against women and girls, and reproductive health. Confirmed speakers include: Katrina Anderson (Center for Reproductive Rights), Connie de la Vega (University of San Franscisco School of Law), Krishanti Dharmaraj (IANGEL), and Caroline Bettinger-Lopez (University of Miami School of Law).
WHY: This training is designed to enable lawyers and other advocates to incorporate human rights advocacy strategies into their work, whether on behalf of individual clients or to bring about changes in policy and practice.
Registration is now open for this full-day conference focused on the international norms and advocacy channels available to help lawyers and advocates address critical women’s rights issues, including: gender and other forms of discrimination, violence against women, and reproductive rights. Visit the registration page for additional details.
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