Coverage of HRP’s 30th Anniversary Event (Video)
Thanks to all who came from near and far to participate in our 30th anniversary event. It was, in a word, tremendous. For those who missed it, you may be interested in
Harvard Law School’s coverage, which includes videos of Harold Hongju Koh’s keynote speech; the first panel, on human rights advocacy across the generations; and the second panel, on the future of UN treaty bodies.
We’ve posted a full gallery of photos on our Flickr account (we’re under “humanrightsharvardlaw”). In the meantime, we’ll leave you with some below.
Henry Steiner, Founder of the Human Rights Program, with Gerald Neuman, co-director of HRP, and Katherine Talbot, Program Associate
Clara Long, JD ’12, Researcher, US Program of Human Rights Watch, and Raymond Akongburo Atuguba, LL.M ’00, SJD ’04, Executive Secretary to the President of the Republic of Ghana, on a panel about human rights advocacy across the generations.
Rangita de Silva de Alwis, SJD ’97, Director, Global Women’s Leadership Initiative, Women in Public Service Project, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and James A. Goldston, JD ’87, Executive Director, Open Society Justice Initiative, on the human rights advocacy panel
Hope Lewis, JD ’86, Faculty Director, Global Legal Studies and Professor of Law at Northeastern University School of Law
Philip Alston, John Norton Pomeroy Professor of Law, New York University School of Law; Gerald Neuman, JD ’80, co-director, Human Rights Program, and J. Sinclair Armstrong Professor of International, Foreign, and Comparative Law, Harvard Law School; and Michael Ashley Stein, JD ’88, Executive Director, Harvard Law School Project on Disability, and Visiting Professor of Law, Harvard Law School, discuss the way forward for UN treaty bodies
Clinical professor Tyler Giannini, co-director of the Human Rights Program and co-director of its International Human Rights Clinic, with Assistant Clinical professor Susan Farbstein, co-director of the International Human Rights Clinic
Group picture for the hardy crowd at the end of the event, with instructions from Henry Steiner for everyone to close their eyes