Indian Tribes and Human Rights Accountability Symposium
Presented by the Michigan State Law Review and Michigan State University College of Law's Indigenous Law & Policy Center
The symposium will serve as a catalyst to expand upon an idea presented by MSU Law Professor Wenona Singel in her forthcoming paper in the San Diego Law Review titled “Indian Tribes and Human Rights Accountability.” The event will encourage discussion about the possibility of creating an indigenous and intertribal mechanism to resolve the real and serious human rights issues in American Indian country.
October 4-5, 2012
The James B. Henry Center for Executive Development
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI
For more information, contact the Indigenous Law and Policy Center at 517-432-6939 or email@example.com.