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The Human Rights Consortium is committed to organising and supporting academic, policy and practice-oriented events on human rights. Collaborations with other institutions are particularly welcome. The Consortium also aims to disseminate the work arising from events to a broader audience.

Funding or other support for human rights research and policy-related events may be sought from the Human Rights Consortium from individuals or institutions wishing to organise an event on a topic relating to human rights (broadly defined).

The majority of Human Rights Consortium events are free and open to all.

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Wednesday 3 October 2012
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16:00 Human Rights Consortium PhDs and Early Career Cultural Memory, Affect and Trauma Working Group
This working group is open to PhD candidates and early career researchers. Please contact Jordana Blejmar for more information about the reading list.&n...
Room G26 (Ground Floor)
18:00 Institute of Advanced Legal Studies Indigenous Peoples in South America: Land rights and wrongs for Guyana’s Amerindians
Guyana’s Amerindians make up about 11% of the country’s population. But what does their future look like? Amerindian experiences of land an...
IALS
Thursday 11 October 2012
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18:15 Institute of Advanced Legal Studies Daunting challenges still facing post-earthquake Haiti
Two and a half years after the devastating  earthquake  of 12 January 2010, Haiti is still facing a profound humanitarian crisis. Hu...
IALS
18:15 Institute of Latin American Studies Daunting challenges still facing post-earthquake Haiti
Flyer Two and a half years after the devastating  earthquake  of 12 January 2010, Haiti is still facing a profound humanitarian cri...
IALS
18:15 Human Rights Consortium Daunting challenges still facing post-earthquake Haiti
Flyer Two and a half years after the devastating  earthquake  of 12 January 2010, Haiti is still facing a profound humanitarian cri...
IALS
Friday 12 October 2012
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17:30 Institute of Commonwealth Studies International Refugee Law seminar series: The Relations between Refugee Law and Human Rights Law - A Systemic Perspective
Prof. Vincent Chetail will provide a critical assessment of the interactions between international refugee law and human rights law. Although refugee la...
Macmillan Hall
17:30 Human Rights Consortium International Refugee Law seminar series: The Relations between Refugee Law and Human Rights Law - A Systemic Perspective
Prof. Vincent Chetail will provide a critical assessment of the interactions between international refugee law and human rights law. Although refugee la...
Macmillan Hall
Monday 15 October 2012
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17:30 Human Rights Consortium Interpreting and Implementing Subsidiary Protection: A National, European and International Perspective
To register, please click here. This event is free and open to all. Although you are booking the event through the University of London online store, y...
Room G37 (Ground Floor)
Tuesday 16 October 2012
Time Institute Title Venue
18:15 Institute of Advanced Legal Studies Libya: where from and where to?
Elham Saudi is Director of Law for Justice in Libya ((LFJL).  After finishing her degree in Arabic and Modern Middle Eastern Studies at the Univers...
IALS
Wednesday 17 October 2012
Time Institute Title Venue
17:30 Human Rights Consortium Whither Refugee Protection in the Reform of Canadian and British Asylum Systems?
The current majority Conservative Government in Ottawa introduced further legislative changes recently to the refugee status determination (RSD) system ...
Room 349 (3rd floor)
17:30 Institute of Commonwealth Studies Whither Refugee Protection in the Reform of Canadian and British Asylum Systems?
The current majority Conservative Government in Ottawa introduced further legislative changes recently to the refugee status determination (RSD) system ...
Room 349 (3rd floor)
Thursday 18 October 2012
Time Institute Title Venue
17:30 Human Rights Consortium Human Rights in Britain: The history of the Pan-African Reparations Movement in the UK as an African and African Diaspora human and peoples’ rights social movement
This event is co-organised by the Human Rights Consortium and the Institute of Commonwealth Studies.
Room 264 (Senate House, second floor)
17:30 Institute of Commonwealth Studies Human Rights in Britain: The history of the Pan-African Reparations Movement in the UK as an African and African Diaspora human and peoples’ rights social movement
Event Flyer Organised in collaboration with the Human Rights Consortium
Room 264 (Senate House, second floor)
Thursday 25 October 2012
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11:00 Institute of Commonwealth Studies ICwS and OSPA Witness Seminar: Localisation of the Civil Service in colonial territories before and immediately after independence
Event Programme To register and pay online for this event, please click here. Registration form
The Senate Room (Senate House, First Floor)

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