News within the department
The December edition of the Café Research will have three talks being given, one of which is Irene Zempi presenting her talk entitled:' Islamophobia and the Face Veil in the UK'.
Cafe Research is an opportunity for research postgraduates to get together and talk about their research in an informal setting.
The aim of Café Research is to provide a series of informal social events where research students can meet, network, share ideas and even hone their presentation skills, over a glass of wine or orange juice. The evening will typically feature three or four researchers from across the university, who will describe their research in a manner that can be easily understood by people from outside their discipline.
The talks are from 6:00pm to 8:00pm and you can find out more and book your place by visiting the webpage
Dr Yassin M’Boge was invited to present at the Second Annual Roundtable of the Human Rights Law Centre’s International Humanitarian Law Unit at the University of Nottingham. Dr M’Boge presented a paper entitled ‘Catch Me if You Can’ – Apprehending ICC Fugitives in Africa discussing the challenges and changes needed for an effective apprehension strategy in Africa.
Dr Yassin M’Boge and Professor John Jackson, Nottingham University, are the guest editors of a symposium on ‘Integrating a Socio-Legal Approach to Evidence in the International Criminal Tribunals’ which has been published in the Leiden Journal of International Law.
Professor Janet Ulph in the School of Law has been awarded a 18 month AHRC Fellowship, starting in January 2014
The second edition of the School’s SSRN e-Journal has just been distributed