U.N. Special Rapporteur on Right to Food Brings Global Experiences to the Law School
As a law professor and author of the groundbreaking textbook, International Human Rights Law, De Schutter has proven again and again he can convey to students how human rights law is used as a tool to address complex contemporary issues such as global hunger and poverty.
This new course will be no different, with De Schutter explaining why the law is important and how a lawyer’s approach, based on the right to food and improving governance, is the key to long-term solutions.
Written by Greg Saitz
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