Tribute to Judge A. A. Cançado Trindade: A Legacy to International Law and the Inter-American Human Rights System (1947-2022)
Judge Antônio Augusto Cançado Trindade (1947-2022), a former judge of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and the International Court of Justice, contributed to the development and consolidation of international law and the Inter-American system, a milestone for the protection and promotion of human rights around the world. Through his distinguished career and many roles, as a jurist, legal adviser, professor, author, and prolific lecturer, Judge Cançado Trindade kept a steadfast commitment to the humanization of international law.
Please join the Brazil Institute, the Mission of Brazil to the Organization of American States, and the American University’s Washington College of Law on Tuesday, September 20 from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm ET to honor Judge Cançado Trindade’s life and legacy.
Padideh Ala’i, Director and professor, International Comparative and Legal Studies, American University’s Washington College of Law
Ambassador Otávio Brandelli, Permanent Representative of Brazil, Organization of American States
Jean Michel Arrighi, Secretary of Legal Affairs, Organization of American States
George Galindo, Member, Inter-American Law Commission
Paula Tavares, Global Fellow, Brazil Institute, Wilson Center
Claudia Martin, Co-Director, Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, American University’s Washington College of Law
Vinicius Cançado Trindade, Second Secretary, permanent mission of Brazil to the United Nations, New York City
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