This summer, the highly controversial State Department “Commission on Unalienable Rights,” chaired by HLS Professor Mary Ann Glendon, published its formal report. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had created this advisory commission in 2019 to revise the basis of U.S. human rights policy. The Trump administration plans to promote the report, which argues for a narrower and more selective approach to human rights, at the UN General Assembly in September.
Please join the Human Rights Program at Harvard Law School on Thursday, September 17 at for a discussion of the report and what it means for U.S. human rights policy and the international human rights system.
Panelists will include:
Register via Zoom at the link provided or by emailing Dana Walters at email@example.com