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2007/2008 UCL Jurisprudence Review Launch: Feminism & Human Rights

A panel discussion with some of Britain's leading female lawyers and academics on the relationship between women's rights and human rights, and human rights from a feminist perspective.

Join Baroness Brenda Hale (the UK's first female law lord); Baroness Helena Kennedy QC; Prof. Sandra Fredman of Oxford; Prof. Aileen McColgan of King's College London; Dr. Basak Cali of UCL; Dr. Ivana Radacic and Dr. Sylvie Delacroix of UCL as they discuss and explore the issues related to the interplay between women's rights and human rights. The discussion draws from the work of Dr. Ivana Radacic, this year's Review Prize winner. We want a lively and engaging discussion, so please come prepared to ask questions and engage in debate. There will be a drinks reception afterwards. The event takes place in the Gustave Tuck lecture theatre in UCL's main building on Gower Street. (see www.ucl.ac.uk/maps for directions).


Baroness Brenda Hale | talks
Baroness Helena Kennedy QC | talks
Professor Sandra Fredman | talks
Professor Aileen McColgan | talks
Dr Basak Cali | talks | www
Dr Ivana Radacic | talks
Dr. Sylvie Delacroix | talks


Date and Time:

2 October 2008 at 7:00 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Gower Street

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UCL Jurisprudence Review
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Please contact Fatima Kola at uctlfak @ ucl.ac.uk (no spaces) for further details.

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