OU Law Hosts Consultations Among U.S. Government Officials, Federally Recognized Tribes, and Members of Civil Society

On April 24, The University of Oklahoma College of Law hosted consultations among U.S. government officials, federally recognized tribes, and members of civil society to discuss the implementation of U.S. human rights obligations and commitments.   The consultations were held in anticipation of the second Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the U.S. human rights record at the United Nations in Geneva, which will occur in 2015.  The consultations included twelve U.S.