World Human Rights Day: Tuesday 10th December
- 80 Cambridge Street, Austin Court, Birmingham B1 2NP
- Arts and Law, Lectures Talks and Workshops
The Centre for Professional Legal Education and Research, in partnership with No5 Chambers and the Bingham Centre, is supporting a series of talks to discuss Human Rights issues in honour of World Human Rights Day.
Topics and Speakers:
- Welcome and introduction: Nageena Khalique, Head of Public Law at No5 Chambers
- Key Note Speech: 'Secrecy, Rights and the Rule of Law' - Dr Lawrence McNamara, Deputy Director of the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law
- 'The Rights Roundabout: Where Are We Going With Our Concept of Human Rights?' - Ian Brownhill, No5 Chambers
- 'Failing to Protect: The UN and the Politicisation of Human Rights' - Dr Rosa Freedman, Senior Lecturer, Birmingham Law School
- 'Access to Justice, Effective Remedy and the Rule of Law' - Becket Bedford, No5 Chambers
- 'The Mental Incapacity Act 2005: Achieving Compliance With the UN Convention on the Rights of Disabled Persons' - Claire van Overdijk, No5 Chambers
- 'Gypsies and Travellers: "A litmus test not of democracy but of civil society" (Vaclav Havel)' - Tim Jones and Jack Smyth, No5 Chambers
- Closing Remarks and Questions for the Panel
This event is free of charge to registered delegates and attracts 5 CPD points.