Annual Lord Irvine Lecture - IS ATTACKING MULTI-CULTURALISM A WAY OF TACKLING RACISM - OR FEEDING IT?
Lord Irvine Human Rights Centre Annual Lecture 2012. All welcome.
Professor Conor Gearty is a leading expert in the field of human rights' law. He is author of a number of leading texts, in particular: with Virginia Mantouvalou, (2010) Debating social rights Hart Publishing; (2007) Civil liberties Oxford University Press; Can Human Rights Survive? (2006) Hamlyn Lectures; Principles of Human Rights Adjudication (2004) Oxford University Press; with Keith Ewing (2000) The struggle for civil liberties: political freedom and the rule of law in Britain, 1914-1945 Oxford University Press. He delivered the Hamlyn lectures at Durham, LSE and Belfast in November 2005. We are delighted to welcome him back to Durham to deliver this year's Human Rights' Centre lecture.