Building BRICS: Human Rights in Today’s Emerging Economic Powers

Jun 05, 2013
// By GWLI Staff

Director of the Global Women’s Leadership Initiative, Rangita de Silva de Alwis, recently spoke at a UCLA School of School of Law’s Journal of International Affair symposium titled “Building BRICS: Human Rights in Today’s Emerging Economic Power.” The two-day symposium, which was held on February 14-15, 2013, examined the human rights records in the so-called BRICS countries such as race relations in Brazil, freedom of expression in Russia, minority religious and language rights in China, women’s rights in India, and LGBT rights in South Africa.

Experts & Staff

  • Gwen Young // Director, Global Women's Leadership Initiative
  • Benjamin Dills // Program Assistant, Global Women's Leadership Initiative