Some interesting articles from the University of Miami Law Review following their Gender Justice in the Americas: A Transnational Dialogue on Sexuality, Violence, Reproduction & Human Rights conference in February of this year.  The organizers hoped that the conference would, in part:

…stimulate interest in the use of the international human rights framework as a tool for gender, sexuality, and women’s rights advocacy in the United States and Canada (where human rights principles and rhetoric are invoked less often than in Latin America) and to reflect on the potential for domestic impact litigation in the Caribbean and Latin America (where such More >