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‘A typology of temporary migrant worker programs in East and Southeast Asia’, 28 October 2020
Ms Arwen Joyce (Leicester Law School)
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‘International Law Today: The Views from the Lecture Room and the Court Room’ – 6 March 2013
Professor Malcolm Shaw lecture, Fielding Johnson Building L66
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‘Of outrage and misunderstanding: Ireland v United Kingdom – governmental perspectives on an inter-state application under the European Convention on Human Rights’ – 22 May 2013
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‘The African Union and the International Criminal Court: Conflict or Cooperation?’, 29 January 2014
Dr Eki Omorogbe, Leicester Law School Wednesday, 29 January 2014, 3.30-5pm (JGR/FJ164)
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‘The UK and Ireland after Brexit’, 12 May 2017
This BREXIT FORUM will discuss the impact of Brexit on Ireland, and on UK-Ireland relations from a legal and political perspective.
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UoL Event ‘The worst-kept secret in the world: TTIP, ISDS, and the quest for transparency and democracy in the regulation of foreign investment’and democracy in the regulation of foreign investment'
Paolo Vargiu (University of Leicester), Ira Ryk-Lakhman (UCL)
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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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A history of exclusionary policy: the case study of post WWII migration from the Caribbean to Britain, 6 November 2019, 4:30-6 pm
Dr Margaret Byron (University of Leicester) will examine the impact of the ‘hostile environment’ policy over the past 10 years.
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Applications open! Midlands4Cities PhD funding for UK/EU applicants
We are accepting applications in the areas of European, international and human rights law.
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As international law goes, the EU is a model of accountability and democracy
Professor Katja Ziegler's opinion on why the UK should stay in the EU from the perspective of international law.
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