The International Law Training and Research Hub at the University of Tokyo is happy to join the initiative by the UN-Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (UN-OHCHR) and leading human rights and academic institutions: the Hernan Santa Cruz Dialogue Series. This series brings together academics, civil society, economists, politicians, community leaders, students and other actors to identify barriers to implementing Economic, Social and Cultural rights, and attempts to operationalize these rights as a framework to address local and global challenges. The series is jointly hosted by the UN-OHCHR; the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies at Leiden University, the Netherlands; the Global Network for Human Rights and the Environment (GNHRE); the Human Rights Center at the University of Minnesota, USA; the University for Peace, Costa Rica; Macquarie Law School, Australia and our International Law Training and Research Hub. The series aims to strengthen powerful coalitions of changemakers through civic engagement, while identifying gaps in enhancing economic, social and cultural rights- with specific focus on environmental sustainability, business and human rights, gender equality and justice, and subnational actors.
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