John Packer

John Packer is the Neuberger-Jesin Professor of International Conflict Resolution and the director of the Human Rights Research and Education Centre at the University of Ottawa.

John Packer é professor da Cátedra Neuberger-Jesin de Resolução de Conflitos Internacionais e diretor do Centro de Pesquisa e Educação em Direitos Humanos da Universidade de Ottawa.

约翰帕克为纽伦堡耶辛国际争端解决教授以及渥太华大学人权研究及教育中心主任

John Packer, Ottawa Üniversitesi Hukuk Fakültesinde Uluslararası Anlaşmazlıkların Çözümü alanında Neuberger-Jesin profesörüdür.

Джон Пакер является профессором по разрешению международных конфликтов Ньюбергер-Джезин и директором Центра по исследованиям и обучению в области прав человека при Оттавском университете

John Packer is the Neuberger-Jesin Professor of International Conflict Resolution at the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa.

جان پکر استاد حل اختلافات بین‌المللی نوبرگر-جسین و مدیر مرکز آموزش و پژوهش حقوق بشر در دانشگاه اُتاوا

John Packer óiyede Neuberger-Jesin ar professor zannwá aái Alomi maramari hal gorá day edarat ham gorá. Edara iín Ottawa Jama ar waqalati fora day ian or híssa.

John Packer, Professore di International Conflict Resolution e Direttore del Centro di Ricerca ed Educazione sui Diritti Umani dell’Università di Ottawa

John Packer este Profesorul “Neuberger-Jesin” în Soluționarea Conflictelor Internationale și Directorul Centrului de Cercetare și Educație în Drepturile Omului de la Universitatea din Ottawa.

 
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A genuine human rights-based approach for our post-pandemic future

By: John Packer & Slava Balan
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When many governments are still willing to trade the lives of the vulnerable for the economic gains of the wealthiest, we need a human rights-based approach to ...

 

Genocide is an act of state, and demands a response by other states

By: John Packer
Français | Rohingya | العربية | Español | বাংলা | Türkçe

The Myanmar state can and must be held accountable for the genocide being perpetrated against the Rohingya, a point lost in largely illusory efforts to pursue international ...

 

 

 

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