Levin Center International Public Interest Lawyering Symposium
October 11, 2012 - October 13, 2012
559 Nathan Abbott Way
This two-day symposium brought together leading public interest attorneys from different regions of the world to develop strategies that strengthen the impact of public interest lawyering on human rights and rule of law.
Opening remarks and Panel II: Using CEDAW and gender equality as a case study, have human rights created a political space for reform in particular countries and what have been the key challenges?
Panel III: What are the lessons learned from the global gender equality movement for other human rights struggles?
Lunch Keynote: The Honorable Judge Patricia Wald’s reflections on her career and life’s work, in conversation with Professor Jenny Martinez
Panel IV: Looking forward, what are the key challenges and opportunities for more strategic collaboration between the movement for gender equality and other aspects of the human rights movement?