Kevin Fye | Apr. 3, 2014 | Notre Dame Law School
The Center for Civil and Human Rights, with the generous support of the Kellogg Institute for International Studies, gathered a distinguished panel of human rights lawyers, scholars, diplomats, and judges involved with the Inter-American Human Rights System. Convened in private, these closed-door meetings provided an opportunity for frank, honest discussion around challenges facing the System, and began an on-going conversation about its structural needs.
Attending the retreat were figures intimately familiar with the Inter-American Human Rights System – a gathering of exceptional richness and depth.