|Thu May 23 2013 07:17:38||UA Law | Events | United Nations Expert Seminar|
PUBLIC OPENING SESSION
IMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL LEGISLATION AND
JURISPRUDENCE CONCERNING INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ RIGHTS:
EXPERIENCES FROM THE AMERICAS
Wednesday October 12, 2005
4pm - 6:00pm
Rogers College of Law Room 146
Organized by the University of Arizona in cooperation with the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and with the support of Cultural Survival
Featuring Mr. Rodolfo Stavenhangen, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Situation
The ceremony will be transmitted in real-time via the internet, and can be accessed on the day of the event by using the following link:
The Rogers College of Law is located on the NW corner of Speedway Blvd. and Mountain Ave on 1201 E. Speedway.
Parking is available on Helen St. and Park Ave. and on Helen St., between Mountain and Cherry
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