London Metropolitan University Research Institutes
 
 

Human Rights and Social Justice: Linking Aspirations and Realities

This seminar series aims to explore the inter-relationships between human rights and social justice, from both theoretical and practical perspectives. The speakers include academics from a range of disciplines and representatives of civil society, public bodies and UN experts.
The format of each seminar (with a speaker, responder and questions/comment from the floor) is intended to facilitate a real opportunity to exchange ideas (inter-disciplinary, inter-sector and inter-agency). The seminars will be followed by a reception, allowing further informal discussion and networking.
Attendance is free of charge, but registration is required as places are strictly limited. To register email hrsj@londonmet.ac.uk giving your name, organisation affiliation and contact email address.
The seminars start at 6.15pm at London Metropolitan University, 166-220 Holloway Rd, London N7 8DB. Nearest tube station: Holloway Road. The series is also accredited for Continued Professional Development (CPD).
We would like to take this opportunity to thank the
Law Society for their continued support.

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2007/08 Series

Seminar 1 - Wednesday 10th October 2007

The Human Rights Act and Social Exclusion

Seminar 2 - Wednesday 21st November 2007

Human Rights, Human Security and Development: Exploring Interconnections

Seminar 3 - Wednesday 12th December 2007

Human Trafficking and Counter-Trafficking Initiatives: Drops in the Ocean?

Seminar 4 - Wednesday 23rd January 2008

The European Court of Human Rights: Ensuring Access to Justice and Effective Redress?

Seminar 5 - Wednesday 13th February 2008

Human Rights Defenders under Threat

Seminar 6 - Wednesday 12th March 2008

Human Rights and Health: Analysing Health Impact Assessment

Seminar 7 - Wednesday 7th May 2008






 

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