In 1984 an IRA bomb killed Jo Berry’s father. Jo met with Patrick Magee, the bomber, after his release from prison. For 16 years, they have travelled the world together spreading a message of peace and understanding.
Join the Centre for Research in Race and Rights and The University of Nottingham Research Priority Area in Rights and Justice for a discussion focusing on LGBT rights around the world. Part of our LGBT History Month celebrations 2016.
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Please join us for a lecture by Baroness Professor Onora O’Neill of Bengarve, hosted jointly by the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice, the Centre for Research in Race and Rights, and the University’s research priority area in Rights and Justice.
There are growing concerns about consequences of social media, cyberbullying, data privacy and online behaviour on users, especially children and young people. We will explore these issues and promote digital literacy using an innovative format that brings people together and facilitates reflection on digital rights.
The School of Law at The University of Nottingham is delighted to host the 2015 Hamlyn Lecture entitled ‘Even lawyers were children once’ to be delivered by Professor Michael Freeman (UCL).