The 21st Annual Student Human Rights Conference aims to analyse the reasons that cause people to leave their life, their home and their country, as well as identify the consequences of this phenomenon.
With the Charter for Regional or Minority Language (Council of Europe, 1992) although Europe appears to be a leader in linguistic equality, why do many inequalities remain?
This year marks the centenary of the inclusion of language as a human right in international treaties. Has this been an effective approach to linguistic inequalities?
A free public lecture, delivered by Kate O’Regan, Director of the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights at the University of Oxford,
Professor Joseph’s lecture will focus on the multiple links between sport and human rights, and an Olympic year provides a good opportunity to take stock. One theme concerns the links between major events, like the Olympics and the FIFA World Cup, and human rights abuses, such as forced evictions.
Please join the Research Priority Area in Rights and Justice at The University of Nottingham for a special lecture by Professor Todd Landman, a world-leading expert on human rights. He will discuss the evolution of the international human rights regime, different kinds of human rights measures, and systematic ways in which to map, explain, and understand the variation in human rights abuse around the world.