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Human Rights Day 2015

Location
51-53 Hatton Garden, London EC1N 8HN, The Hatton
Category
Arts and Law, Lectures Talks and Workshops
Dates
Thursday 10th December 2015 (09:30-16:40)
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CEPLER, along with the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law, is proud to support No5 Chambers in presenting a series of talks focusing on topical human rights issues in honour of World Human Rights Day 2015.

The packed programme features themes including:

  • Rights and the Rule of Law (Dr Lawrence McNamara, Deputy Director, Bingham Centre)
  • Unpopular Causes on Human Rights Day (Ian Brownhill, No5)
  • Legal Implications of Political Decisions: The Refugee Crisis (Edward Nicholson, No5)
  • The Public Sector Equality Duty: No Tick-box Exercise (Tim Jones, No5)
  • Implications of the UK Departing from the EU: Impact on Fundamental Rights (James Dixon, No5)
  • Human Rights and Vulnerable Groups: Why is the International Human Rights System Failing to Protect LGBT Persons and Irregular Migrants? (Dr Rosa Freedman, Senior Lecturer, Birmingham Law School)
  • Sufficiency of Review under Article 6 ECHR (Becket Bedford, No5)
  • UN Convention on the Rights of the Child: Applicability in the United Kingdom (Abid Mahmood)

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