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March 2018

Civil Society Begins Consideration of the ILC 2017 Draft Articles on Crimes Against Humanity

On Friday, March 9th, a diverse group of participants gathered at Matrix Chambers in London to discuss the International Law Commission’s 2017 Draft Articles on Crimes Against Humanity. read more   

April 2018

Guns and Human Rights: U.S. Violates International Human Rights Law

The United States is an extreme outlier in terms of gun violence. International human rights law imposes specific obligations on States to protect their citizens and initial research by the Harris Institute suggests that the failure of the U.S. government to exercise due diligence with respect to preventing and reducing gun-related violence violates its obligations under international treaties ratified by the U.S. read more     

Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute