The Economics of Human Rights: Canadian and US Perspectives on Supply Chains, Sanctions, and Securing Reconciliation

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Thu, Apr 18, 2024 5:30 PM –

Fri, Apr 19, 2024 4:00 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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Option DINNER AND CONFERENCE from Apr. 18-19 (CUSLI Executive Committee, Sponsors, Faculty, Staff, Students)

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Option DINNER AND CONFERENCE from Apr. 18-19 (General Public)

Sales Start - Sales End - Availability Unlimited Price $50
Option DINNER ONLY on Apr. 18 (CUSLI Executive Committee, Sponsors, Faculty, Staff, Students

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Option DINNER ONLY on Apr. 18 (General Public)

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Option CONFERENCE ONLY on Apr. 19 (CUSLI Executive Committee, Sponsors, Faculty, Staff, Students)

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Option CONFERENCE ONLY on Apr. 19 (General Public)

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The conduct of business either protects human rights or enables their violation. Canada and the United States influence the enforcement and advancement of human rights through their approaches to regulating business activities. Both countries play a vital role in the international community on how human rights are protected through supply chains, the use of sanctions and reconciliation for past practices. The 48th Annual Canada-U.S. Law Institute Conference on April 18 and 19, 2024, will analyze these issues by bringing together government officials, distinguished academics, practitioners, and business leaders.