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Maureen Mapp speaks at second African Round Table on Cryptocurrency Regulation in Kampala

Maureen Mapp speaks at second African Round Table on Cryptocurrency Regulation in Kampala
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The event is co-funded by the University of Birmingham Law School and will be held on 6 July 2017 UNAFRI, Kampala.
Date:
05 July 2017

Abortion Law in Ireland: A Proposal for Constitutional Change

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Fiona de Londras, Professor of Global Legal Studies at Birmingham, has written a new Spotlight briefing on how Ireland's restrictive abortion laws could change.
Date:
04 July 2017

Hong Kong marks 20 years since handover as China tightens its grip

Hong Kong marks 20 years since handover as China tightens its grip
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Birmingham Law School's Professor Carol Jones writes for the Conversation
Date:
29 June 2017

First meeting of Marie Curie Innovative Training Network on TTIP

First meeting of Marie Curie Innovative Training Network on TTIP
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Meeting held at the Brussels premises of the University of Birmingham.
Date:
20 June 2017

Training for EU translators

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A group of Birmingham Law School has won a competitive tender for providing training services in EU law to the EU Translation Services.
Date:
16 June 2017

Birmingham Senior Lecturer advises UN Special Rapporteur on Torture

Birmingham Senior Lecturer advises UN Special Rapporteur on Torture
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Dr Natasa Mavronicola serves as Special Adviser to Professor Nils Melzer, and has been working on an examination of the extent to which 'extra-custodial use of force 'can violate the absolute prohibition of torture.
Date:
05 June 2017

How the parties differ on their plans to fix Britain's social care crisis

How the parties differ on their plans to fix Britain's social care crisis
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Professor Rosie Harding writes for the Conversation. Rosie is Professor of Law and Society at Birmingham Law School.
Date:
02 June 2017

Jeremy Corbyn is right: we can be honest about the causes of terrorism while still refusing to justify it

Jeremy Corbyn is right: we can be honest about the causes of terrorism while still refusing to justify it
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"Politically unpopular or not, this kind of conversation is vital if we are to take terrorism seriously, and if we are to hope effectively to combat it. I know: I've spent years researching terrorism" Professor Fiona de Londras writes for the Independent
Date:
26 May 2017

Professor Fiona de Londras awarded a British Academy Small Research grant

Professor Fiona de Londras awarded a British Academy Small Research grant
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Professor Fiona de Londras has been awarded a British Academy Small Research Grant, for the project 'China's National Security: Endangering Hong Kong's Rule of Law?'.
Date:
18 May 2017

Professor Fiona de Londras awarded a Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust grant

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Professor Fiona de Londras has been awarded a Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust grant, for the project 'UK Counter-Terrorism Review'.
Date:
11 May 2017
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