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Human Rights, Development and Global Justice

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Our series aims to create an open, interdisciplinary academic platform for the discussion of issues related to human rights, development and global justice.

We hope to generate exchanges furthering academic insight and creativity, to strengthen the School’s connections with scholars around the world, and to enrich undergraduate and postgraduate teaching curricula among the School’s wide offering of modules related to the jurisprudence of human rights, transnational human rights, and global justice more widely.

The events series is currently convened by Dr Eva Pils. It is supported by funding provided by The Dickson Poon School of Law.

Upcoming events

Transforming Citizenship: Civil Society, Labour and Space in China
Speaker: Malgorzata J Jakimow
Date: Thursday 27 September 2017
Registration information to follow
 
 
Past Events
2018

 

2017
2016
  • Negotiating authoritarianism and its limits: the rise of worker-led collective bargaining in China,’ by Chloé Froissart, 20 May 2016 
  • ‘Repression in China: challenges for activists, advocates, journalists and scholars,’ interdisciplinary, collaboratively organised with Lau China Institute, 19 May 2016
  • Brexit and the CJEU: Judicial protection for the UK in the Court of Justice of the European Union,’ with Maria Kendrick (PhD candidate), 29 March 2016, King’s College London
  •  ‘The Individual in International Law: Perspectives from International Human Rights Litigation,’ with Rishi Gulati, Dickson Poon Scholar & PhD student, 17 March 2016
  • The Criminalisation of Homosexuality: Human Rights Law on Trial,’ with Peter Laverack, 16 March 2016 at King’s College London
  • New Threats to Global Civil Society -- Some Views from the Ground,’ 10 February 2016, co-organised with Emily Barrit
  • ‘Equality and the City: Discrimination, Cultural Identity and Street Art in Rio de Janeiro. Followed by Capoeira,’ 27 January 2016, organised by Octavio Ferraz in collaboration with the Brazil Institute
2015 - 2014
 
 
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