Steven Kay QC will moderate the session on International Human Rights Bodies at the IBA/ELSA conference Sunday 5th of November 2017 at 9.30am at Queen Mary Law School, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London.
This session will examine the international human rights bodies in further detail. Bodies such as the UN, ECHR and the ICC have developed and evolved over decades. Analysis into the creation and purpose of these bodies will be explained in detail with an assessment of what they have achieved for international human rights law. A need to assess the effectiveness of these bodies is required and in this panel session the progress that has been made will be questioned and looked at.
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