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CANCELLED: Conscious Uncoupling and the ties that still bind: Ireland and the UK after Brexit
This event has been cancelled in light of the COVID-19 crisis.
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CANCELLED: Facilitating social inclusion in a changing human rights landscape (26-27 March 2020)
This event has been cancelled in light of the COVID-19 crisis.
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CANCELLED: Citizenship Stripping in the UK: A Short Introduction (29 April 2020, 4:30-6 pm)
This event has been cancelled because of the COVID-19 crisis.
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Crimes against humanity in the EU’s migration policy: facing the inconceivable, 29 January 2020
Dr Juan Branco (Lawyer) will provide an overview of the case against the EU for crimes against humanity
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When blockchain meets arbitration: the birth of decentralized justice (Friday, 31 January 2020)
A panel of distinguished speakers will discuss the interplay between the blockchain and the law
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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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Citizenship Stripping in the UK: A Short Introduction (Pending reschedule)
Prof Matthew J Gibney (University of Oxford) will analyse the legal framework of citizenship stripping in the UK.
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I Vow to Thee, my Country: International Law and The Chagos Islanders' Quest for Justice
Dr Loveday Hodson will analyse the ICJ's Advisory Opinion on the Chagos Island on Wednesday, 20 November 2019.
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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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Peace talk: Living in Hostile Environments – Illegality Assemblages and Everyday Experiences of ‘Illegality’, 23 October 2019
Prof Nando Sigona (School of Social Policy, University of Birmingham) offers a useful framework for the development of comparative research on how ‘illegality’ is constructed.
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