Clifford Chance invites you to a private screening of the award-winning film Call Me Kuchu proudly hosted in association with the Human Dignity Trust. The film explores the consequences of the criminalisation of homosexuality as it follows the human rights activist David Kato’s attempts to prevent the infamous Anti-Homosexuality Bill in Uganda becoming law. David [...]
In December of 2012, the Commission on a UK Bill of Rights presented their findings in a paper marked by a deep lack of consensus. On the surface, this division was attributed to the polarized political standpoints within the Commission. For the minority, Philippe Sands QC, a Liberal Democrat adviser, opposed the introduction of a [...]
If you are free between Thursday 7 – Thursday 14 March and able to travel to Krakow (Poland), student group AEGEE-Kraków are organising a Human Rights youth exchange. Total cost is 100 euros (approx £88). This includes, accommodation, all meals, social program and workshop materials. Travel to Poland is not included but flights to Krakow [...]
The training course for young online activists is a central part of the Council of Europe project Young People Combating Hate Speech Online. The training course aims to develop competences of 30 online activists to take action against hate speech online and to promote and defend human rights online. The training course also aims to empower [...]
A Solicitors International Human Rights Group (SIHRG) and the Society for Advanced Legal Studies (SALS) event Speaker: Adrienne Margolis is founder and editor of Lawyers for Better Business (L4BB), a website and global network to keep lawyers one step ahead of developments in business and human rights. She is a journalist and consultant with a wealth of writing [...]
JUSTICE Student Human Rights Network event JUSTICE Student Human Rights Network invites you to hear two of the country’s most influential criminal lawyers in conversation – as Keir Starmer QC, the Director of Public Prosecutions explores his career and the challenges of public office with Baroness Helena Kennedy QC, Chair of JUSTICE Council. You too [...]
The ELSA Human Rights Project (HRP) is pleased to announce an academic event on Thursday 10th March, which will be held at City University. Speaker: Dr Carmen Draghici
This will be a talk followed by a student panel discussion. The students will talk about Children’s rights as obtains in Canada, Afghanistan and S.E Asia. ALL are very welcome to attend!