Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Freedom from Systemic Official Corruption: a Human Right?

Corruption has long been understood as a means by which other, widely-recognized rights are violated. But should we understand corruption as itself a free-standing rights violation? Might the freedom from systemic corruption be best understood as a human right? Prof. Spalding will argue that the freedom from systemic corruption is indeed among the very strongest candidates for a truly cross-cultural human right, and that recognizing it as such would significantly alter global anti-corruption enforcement.

The Center for International Human Rights in partnership with the Department of Law at the Free University of Berlin is pleased to present the second event in our Transatlantic Forum series, featuring...

Speaker: Professor Andy Spalding, University of Richmond School of Law

Discussant: Dr. Yuliya Zabyelina, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

REGISTER HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/freedom-from-systemic-official-corruption-a-human-right-tickets-198414381757

Accompanying paper can be accessed here: https://www.jjay.cuny.edu/sites/default/files/contentgroups/center_international_human_rights/spalding_tf_paper.pdf

Organized by the Center for International Human Rights at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and the Department of Comparative Criminal Law, Criminal Procedural Law and Corporate Criminal Law at the Free University of Berlin

Co-sponsored by the Doctoral Program in Criminal Justice and the Master of Arts in International Crime and Justice at John Jay College

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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