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Events in Human Rights

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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Tuesday 5 February 2013
Time Institute Title Venue
18:00 Institute of Advanced Legal Studies 21st century lawyers: champions of business and human rights
Adrienne Margolis is founder and editor of Lawyers for Better Business (L4BB), a website and global network to keep lawyers one step ahead of developmen...
IALS
Tuesday 12 February 2013
Time Institute Title Venue
09:30 Institute of Commonwealth Studies Memories of Conflict, Conflicts of Memory
There are very few facets of public and private life that are not affected by cultural memories of war and conflict. Recent academic  scholars...
Room G22/26 (Ground Floor)
09:30 Human Rights Consortium Memories of Conflict, Conflicts of Memory
Call for Papers Programme Registration There are very few facets of public and private life that are not affected by cultural memories of war an...
Room G22/26 (Ground Floor)
Tuesday 19 February 2013
Time Institute Title Venue
18:00 Institute of Advanced Legal Studies Lessons drawn from the Khulumani (Apartheid) ACTA case: an international law perspective
This Khulumani Support Group for victims of apartheid sued five corporations for their role in South Africa during apartheid regime. Khulumani brou...
IALS
Thursday 21 February 2013
Time Institute Title Venue
17:30 Institute of Commonwealth Studies International Refugee Law seminar series: The Limits of Refugee Law - Human Trafficking and Challenges to the International Protection Regime
Human trafficking raises potentially onerous protection obligations for States. Ryszard Piotrowicz explores the relevance of the Refugees Convention to ...
Room G22/26 (Ground Floor)
17:30 Human Rights Consortium International Refugee Law seminar series: The Limits of Refugee Law - Human Trafficking and Challenges to the International Protection Regime
Human trafficking raises potentially onerous protection obligations for States. Ryszard Piotrowicz explores the relevance of the Refugees Convention to ...
Room G22/26 (Ground Floor)
Tuesday 26 February 2013
Time Institute Title Venue
18:00 Institute of Commonwealth Studies Psychology and Refugee Protection seminar series: Trauma and Credibility
The persecution that refugees have suffered or fear often makes recounting their experiences within the context of an asylum claim highly distressing. T...
Room 261 (Senate House, second floor)
18:00 Human Rights Consortium Psychology and Refugee Protection seminar series: Trauma and Credibility
Convenors: Dr Jane Herlihy, Director of the Centre for the Study of Emotion and Law and Dr David James Cantor, Director of the Refugee Law Initiative&nb...
Room 261 (Senate House, second floor)
Wednesday 27 February 2013
Time Institute Title Venue
14:00 Institute of Modern Languages Research PhDs and Early Career Cultural Memory, Affect and Trauma Working Group
STB2 (Stewart House, basement)
14:00 Human Rights Consortium PhDs and Early Career Cultural Memory, Affect and Trauma Working Group
This working group is convened by the Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies and is open to PhD candidates and early career researchers. Please conta...
STB2 (Stewart House, basement)

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