CfP: “The Universality Challenge to Human Rights Law: a Sword, a Shield, or Neither?”

The Universality Challenge to Human Rights Law: a Sword, a Shield, or Neither?
On the occasion of the 14th ESIL Annual Conference in Manchester, the Interest Group (IG) on International Human Rights Law (IHRL) invites submissions from all members for a pre-conference roundtable on ‘The Universality Challenge to Human Rights Law: a Sword, a Shield, or Neither?’
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