In this discussion of their recently published book, International Human Rights: A Surveyauthors Cher Weixia Chen (George Mason University & USC alumna) & Alison Dundes Renteln (USC) provide an interdisciplinary overview of international human rights issues, including an exploration of the interpretive difficulties associated with identifying what constitute human rights abuses. 


They will also touch on institutions that strive to promote and enforce human rights standards, including the United Nations system, regional human rights bodies, and domestic courts. This event provides an opportunity for the audience to engage the authors in a wide variety of substantive human rights issues, including genocide, torture, capital punishment, and other cruel and unusual punishments. 


This is a hybrid event. Please register for either the Zoom option or in-person option.

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