PluriCourts Lunch Seminar: Listening to Dissonance in International Human Rights Law - The Difference Disability Makes

Wednesday Lunch Seminar with Associate Professor Cora True-Frost

United Nations Building in Geneva, Switzerland. A big, cream building in the middle of the photo with a sign "United Nations - Nations Unies" with the UN logo in between the text. The building is in between two rows of flags. The flags are the various flags of countries around the world.

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At this Wednesday Lunch Seminar, Fulbright Scholar, Professor Cora True-Frost (Syracuse University College of Law) will present her paper titled “Listening to Dissonance in International Human Rights Law: The Difference Disability Makes”

For more information about the lunch, please contact Lara Marie Nicole Eguia

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PluriCourts Lunch Seminars are a forum for pluridisciplinary discussion of core issues relating to international courts and tribunals. PluriCourts scholars or invited speakers present new and ongoing research or comment on current questions.

Published Aug. 11, 2022 11:25 AM - Last modified Sep. 23, 2022 5:54 PM