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Human Rights at Birmingham Law School

Human Rights at Birmingham Law School
Description
70 years have passed since the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and today Birmingham Law School observes Human Rights Day by reflecting upon and championing the research of academics in this field.
Date:
10/12/2018

The Importance of Enabling Movement: Some Reflections from the PSVI Film Festival

The Importance of Enabling Movement: Some Reflections from the PSVI Film Festival
Description
CSRS Principal Investigator - Professor Janine Natalya Clark - writes for the project's "Stories from the Field" blog.
Date:
10/12/2018

IEL Working Papers: high-profile American academic calls for reversing Brexit

IEL Working Papers: high-profile American academic calls for reversing Brexit
Description
The Institute of European Law is delighted to republish a seminal piece on "The Roads to Reversing Brexit: Local and Transnational Constitutional Principles" by Professor Robert Howse (New York University).
Date:
29/11/2018

Trybus appointed to second term on IPA Thesis Prize Jury

Trybus appointed to second term on IPA Thesis Prize Jury
Description
The IPA is a prize for an outstanding academic thesis with relevance to national, European or international public procurement law
Date:
23/11/2018

Workshop to consider impact of language on work of European Court's Advocates General

Workshop to consider impact of language on work of European Court's Advocates General
Description
The extent to which language and translation may affect the work of Advocates General (AGs) of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) will be the focus of a workshop organised by Dr Karen McAuliffe to be held next month in Dublin.
Date:
19/10/2018

How virtual reality could help train GPs to spot signs of child abuse

How virtual reality could help train GPs to spot signs of child abuse
Description
Sylvie Delacroix - Birmingham's Professor of Law and Ethics - writes for the Birmingham Perspective
Date:
05/10/2018

Labour and John McDonnell are right to give workers a stake, says company law professor

Labour and John McDonnell are right to give workers a stake, says company law professor
Description
Birmingham Law School's Professor Lorraine Talbot writes for the Conversation
Date:
25/09/2018

Bordering Two Unions - Northern Ireland and Brexit

Bordering Two Unions - Northern Ireland and Brexit
Description
Dr Ben Warwick co-authors book for Policy Press.
Date:
04/09/2018

Professor Michael Ungar on why resilience matters

Professor Michael Ungar on why resilience matters
Description
Professor Michael Ungar, from Dalhousie University in Canada, is a member of the CSRS project's International Advisory Board, Professor Ungar visited the University of Birmingham in June 2018 to speak about resilience and why it matters.
Date:
20/07/2018

Russia's World Cup was a success – now normal service resumes

Description
Written by David White for The Conversation. In Russia, the success of the much-derided national team was an unexpected treat for the host nation.
Date:
17/07/2018
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