A roundtable event hosted by the Institute for Asia and Pacific Studies, in association with the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice and the Human Rights Law Centre.
Chair: Dr Carole Spary (Deputy Director, Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies).
We are delighted that Sara Hossain, a lawyer in the Supreme Court of Bangladesh and the Honorary Executive Director of Bangladesh Legal Aid Service Trust (BLAST) will join University staff and doctoral researchers discussing wide ranging issues relating to economic and social rights in Bangladesh. The Nottingham experts joining Ms Hossain are specialists on gender and gender related violence, LGBTQ rights, human rights and international political economy.
This event is free to attend. Find out more at nottingham.ac.uk/iaps.
Tags: Andreas Bieler, Bangladesh, Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice, Economic rights, Human Rights Law Centre, Ibitsam Ahmed, Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies, Katrina Peake, Sara Hossain, Social rights
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