12th Helsinki Summer Seminar on International Law New Perspectives on Human Rights 16-27 August 1999

International human rights law appears to be in a state of transition. The promulgation of new rights has slowed down, and the focus has come to rest increasingly on the conditions for the existence of human rights, their implementation and enforcement. The twelfth Helsinki Summer Seminar on International Law aims to provide a forum for the exploration of the state of transition.

Professor Anthony Anghie (University of Utah)
Professor Thomas Buergenthal (George Washington University)
Professor Deirdre Curtin (University of Utrecht)
Professor Karen Knop (University of Toronto)
Professor Dominic McGoldrick (University of Liverpool)
Professor Kevät Nousiainen (University of Helsinki)
Professor Martin Scheinin (Åbo University)