Professor Heather Widdows is to speak at a two-day conference for academics, activists and the public aims to explore Britain’s use of torture since 1945; its complicity in torture; and what might be done to end both.
It is jointly organised by the Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics & Ethics, University of Brighton, and The Rendition Project, Universities of Kent and Kingston. Heather Widdows and Phil Shiner, will both be attending. As well as member of the rendition project other confirmed speakers include, Ian Cobain, of The Guardian, Peter Oborne, of the Daily Telegraph and Henry Shue, University of Oxford .
Cost: £30 employed/ £15 unemployed or student