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You are cordially invited to a lecture on the topic of
The OIC and International Human Rights Law: Conflicting or Cooperative Goals?
Dr. Katja Samuel
Lecturer, School of Law, Reading University, UK
Author, The OIC, the UN, and Counter-Terrorism Law-Making: Conflicting or Cooperative Legal Orders?
Friday, April 11
The Institute of World Politics
1521 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
This lecture is sponsored by the Center for Human Rights and International Affairs.
Dr. Samuel will introduce the audience to the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation and will describe how it is challenging the universality of international human rights law, including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. She will also touch on some of the wider international peace and security implications of these trends. Dr. Samuel will incorporate ideas from her book entitled The OIC, the UN, and Counter-Terrorism Law-Making: Conflicting or Cooperative Legal Orders? (October 2013).
Dr. Katja Samuel is a lecturer at the School of Law, Reading University, UK. She specialises in a broad range of security (particularly counter-terrorism, and the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation), human rights, and rule of law issues, with much of her work being law and policy orientated. Previously, she served for 12 years in the Royal Navy as a logistics officer in various national and multinational operational contexts at sea, and as a legal adviser (barrister). Prior to joining Reading University, she initiated and co-directed a four year significant multinational, multidisciplinary project on the rule of law and counter-terrorism.