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‘EU Citizenship: Formation of Solidaristic Identity on the Basis of the Myth of “Destiny”’, 5 February 2014
Dr Oxana Golynker (Leicester Law School), Wednesday, 5 February 2014, 1pm (Jan Gredecki Room/FJ164)
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‘Women and Children: The Protection of Civilians and Robust Peacekeeping’, 12 February 2014
Dr Gina Heathcote (SOAS), Wednesday, 12 February 2014, 3–5 pm (Jan Gredecki Room/FJ164)
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The Incorporation of Terms in a Digital Form – 26 February, 2014
Dr Faye Fangfei Wang (Brunel University London), 26 February 2014
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‘Contractual Self-determination and the Scope of EU Free Movement Law’ – 19 February, 2014
Dr Rufat Babayev (Leicester Law School), 19 February, 2014
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CELI Annual Lecture ‘The Grammar of International Criminal and Humanitarian Law, Past Present and Future’ – 7 March, 2014
Judge Howard Morrison CBE QC, International Criminal Court, The Hague – 7 March, Lecture Theatre 1, Engineering Building
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‘Migration and Labour Law’ – 12 March, 2014
Professor Bernard Ryan (Leicester Law School)
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‘Lessons from the Commercial Sector? Judgment Proofing of Charities and other Voluntary Sector Organisations from Liability in Tort’ – 13 June
Phillip Morgan (University of York)
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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.
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‘The UK and European Human Rights: A Strained Relationship?’ 23–24 May, 2014
A two day conference about the topical and contentious issue of the relationship between the UK and the European systems for the protection of human rights (European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg and the European Union).
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‘Leicester–Modena Conference: A Dialogue on Law and Rights’ – 24 & 25 April, 2014
A Joint Staff-Graduate Conference that will practice the traditional understanding of research, free from impact driven research constraints imposed on them by external bodies. The unconstrained debates that will take place during the conference will contribute to generate new research streams and discourses as well as encourage the cross–fertilisation of different legal traditions
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