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Roberto Saba, "Equality in the Inter-American Human Rights System"
Saba is the Director of the Graduate Studies Center of the University of Palermo School of Law (Buenos Aires) and a professor of constitutional law and human rights at the University of Buenos Aires and the University of Palermo, Argentina. He co-founded the Association for Civil Rights (ADC) in Argentina in 1995 and is an internationally respected human rights and constitutional lawyer. Saba has given expert testimony before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights on matters relating to freedom of speech, equality, and due process.
Hamid Khan, Judicial Education Attorney at the Federal Judicial Center. Khan also teaches courses on a range of Islamic issues at the University of Michigan Law School. HERE is a Wyoming Public Radio interview with Khan during his visit to the University of Wyoming. See photos from his College of Law presentation HERE.
The Center for International Human Rights Law & Advocacy at the University of Wyoming College of Law released the report, Divide, Develop, and Rule: Human Rights Violations in Ethiopia. The report features primary research conducted in Ethiopia, Egypt and the United States between October 2017 and February 2018. The study also aggregates available information from the Ethiopian government, opposition groups, foreign governments, human rights organizations, journalists, lawyers, researchers, and scholars about human rights issues in Ethiopia affecting 1) actual or perceived political opponents, 2) journalists, 3) members of certain ethnic groups, 4) the LGBT community, and 5) women and girls.
The Center for International Human Rights Law & Advocacy (CIHRLA) at the University of Wyoming College of Law, in collaboration with New American Economy (NAE), produced a report on the contributions of immigrants to the Teton County economy. The report combines quantitative and qualitative data measuring the contributions of immigrants to Teton County, including their participation in the workforce and key economic sectors, and identifies challenges to their full social and economic participation.