The Abolition of Military Jurisdiction and Recent Developments at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights presented by Christina Cerna

Event date: 
7 Nov 2011 1:00pm
Venue: 
Staff seminar room, Level 2, Law Building, University of New South Wales

The Australian Human Rights Centre and the International Law and Policy Group invite you to; The Abolition of Military Jurisdiction and Recent Developments at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights presented by Christina Cerna

Christina Cerna - B.A., New York University; M.A., Fulbright Scholar, Ludwig-Maximilian Universitaet (Munich); J.D., Dean's Fellow,
American University; LL.M., Columbia University. Ms. Cerna is Principal Human Rights Specialist at the Inter-American Commission on
Human Rights (IACHR) at the headquarters of the Organization of American States (OAS) in Washington, D.C.. She has been with the
OAS since 1979 and is currently in charge of certain special cases and systematizing the IACHR's jurisprudence. She taught international
human rights law as an Adjunct for the law schools at George Washington University, Penn State University and, since 2005, at
Georgetown University.

The AHRCentre and the ILPG would like to acknowledge the Social Justice Initiative at the University of Melbourne for facilitating Christina Cerna's visit to Australia.