The inter-American human rights system continues to play an important role in protecting human rights. Join us for this policy conversation series to learn more about its important work and hear insights from experts.
Panel 1 (December 7; presented in Spanish with translation available for those attending via Zoom)
How can we assess the transformative impact of the inter-American system? Participants in this session will discuss the Observatory of Impact, a novel platform created by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to monitor the impact of its recommendations in collaboration with strategic actors, scholars, and communities.
Panel 2 (December 8; presented in English)
What can policymakers who focus on human rights issues learn from the Notre Dame Reparations Design and Compliance Lab? How can the lab’s methodology, research findings, and current projects help inform their work?
Panel 3 (December 9; presented in Spanish with translation available for those attending via Zoom)
One emerging area of focus for the Inter-American Human Rights Commission is the growing number of challenges to academic freedom in the Americas. How should human rights bodies and policymakers deal with these challenges? What would a helpful response look like?
Presented by the Keough School of Global Affairs and its Kellogg Institute for International Studies and Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights, by the Notre Dame Reparations Design and Compliance Lab, by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, and by the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law.