Canons in Global Constitutional Law
The rise of global public law has been halted for now. International standard setting from human rights to the rules of trade is increasingly viewed with suspicion and established global values such as democracy or human rights are rolled back in some places and redefined in others. The uncertainties these developments implicate make this a good moment to think about what we truly share and what divides us. We engage with this challenge from a new perspective: the search for the canonical texts in human rights and comparative constitutional law.
First Workshop: Santiago de Chile, June 30, 2019