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IADL XVIIth CONGRESS IN HANOI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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Congrats to our own Jeanne Mirer who has moved from being Secretary General to leading the International Association of Democractic Lawyers. She is th

 

About the IADL XVIIth CONGRESS IN HANOI

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Planning for the June 2009 Congress in Hanoi, Vietnam

June 2009 marks an extraordinary opportunity for Guild members to engage with progressive lawyers from around the world and to visit Vietnam.

Participation in the Congress provides an invaluable opportunity to connect with lawyers engaged in human rights struggles everywhere. International law, the Right to Peace, workers' rights and international labor solidarity, and the fight against impunity for corporate and state human rights violators are just a few of the topics that will be discussed in detail.

Visit this project page for up-to-date information about group travel plans, organizing presentations for commissions, visa information, and other details to coordinate the Guild's delegation to the Congress. 

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