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Crimes of the British Empire in Iraq and why no one gets prosecuted
Public seminar led by Clive Baldwin (Senior Advisor, Human Rights Watch), which will look into the international responsibility of Britain for the Bolton Massacre, the genocide in Tanzania, the massacre, Churchill and bombing of civilians in Iraq and Pakistan, and the recent crimes in Iraq. This event will be followed by a career talk about opportunities in human rights and international law.
Located in Academic Departments / / Research / Centre for European Law and Internationalisation
Former Attorney General to talk at human rights book launch – 24 November 2015
The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP, former Attorney General, will present ʻThe Future of Human Rights Protection in the UK: What Do We Know About the Government’s Proposals?’ at the launch of the book ʻThe UK and European Human Rights: A Strained Relationship?’
Located in Academic Departments / / Centre for European Law and Internationalisation / CELI news items
The Miller Case: Brexit and the Constitution, 7 December 2016
An event organised by CELI to discuss the constitutional implications of the High Court's ruling on Brexit.
Located in Academic Departments / / Centre for European Law and Internationalisation / CELI news items
The Accountability of MPs for the Decision to Use Armed Force Outside the UK, 23 March 2017
Professor Peter Rowe (Lancaster University) will examine the possibility of holding Members of Parliament accountable for the decision to use military force abroad.
Located in Academic Departments / / Centre for European Law and Internationalisation / CELI news items
New book on human rights and personal identity
Professor Jill Marshall’s ‘Human Rights Law and Personal Identity’, explores the role human rights law plays in the formation, and protection, of our personal identities and the development of a so-called right to identity or personality.
Located in Academic Departments / / News and Events / Law News
CharterClick! project to detect violations of Fundamental Rights
The Centre for European Law and Internationalisation (CELI) is a partner in the CharterClick! project, a user-friendly tool to detect violations falling within the scope of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.
Located in Academic Departments / / News and Events / Law News
Blog Entry South Africa returns to UN Security Council: here’s the role it should play
In an article for The Conversation, James Hamill discusses South Africa's return to the UN Security Council.
Located in Offices / / Politics and International Relations / 2019
Dr Ed Bates presents paper at Chatham House, London
Law School lecturer presents a paper on the work of the Strasbourg Court to a high-level roundtable meeting of parliamentarians and experts.
Located in Academic Departments / / News and Events / Law News
Full Face Veils and Permissible Identity Choices in 21st Century Europe – 5 March, 2014
Professor Jill Marshall (Leicester Law School), Wednesday, 5 March, 4.00–5.00 pm (JGR)
Located in Academic Departments / / News and Events / Law Events
Doctoral Inaugural Lecture – ‘Killing and Torturing: Not in the territory of countries parties to the European Convention’ – 19 March, 2014
Presenting the work of Dr Maribel Canto-Lopez in examining the European Convention in the context of military operations abroad.
Located in Academic Departments / / News and Events / Law Events

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